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Permission granted to enable buildings to be restored to form single dwelling near Clare Suffolk.   
8 August 2016 | Posted by Charmain Hawkins
 
Permission has been secured from St Edmundsbury Council which enables two former cottages, stables and a gig house to be brought back into use as a single dwelling thus saving the buildings. The owner was delighted that Beacon Planning Ltd have secured the permissions which will enable a unique three bedroom bungalow to be created.

Planning permission and listed building consent have been granted for a curtilage listed complex of buildings comprising cottages, stable and a gig house to be restored and converted into a single dwelling. The scheme will bring the buildings back into use and secure their long term future. Given the condition of the standing buildings one of the cottages and the gig house will have to be rebuilt but the other buildings will be repaired. To the street frontage the building will be restored with a new single storey wing being formed behind this. The proposals will create a unique three bedroom bungalow in a hamlet near Clare. The room layouts enables historic features such as hearths and stable stalls to be retained whilst the kitchen and sitting room will be in the new build element. The dwelling will enjoy views over the Suffolk countryside. It will be served by its own drive and have a new cartlodge garage.