B+P Site Visit to Whaddon Farm by Barclay Phillips

Here in the office we are really lucky to be able to look out of our windows over to one of our projects - the redevelopment of Whaddon Farm, transforming a dilapidated barn to 2no. high quality residential dwellings.

Over the past year it has been really exciting to watch the construction process, and now they are only a few weeks away from being complete! This afternoon we wandered over and took some work-in-progress photos. We think they're looking great and cannot wait to see them once they're fully finished!

Whaddon Farm – B+P site visit by Colin Tomsett

The team at B+P have had a site visit to see the progression of Whaddon Farm development which is being constructed from SIP panels.

Whaddon Farm obtained planning permission for two residential dwellings following the demolition of the existing barns which were not worthy of retention. The proposed dwellings sit on the same footprint of the existing barns and will reflect some of the existing architectural features and ridge heights.

Brackenwood, Ampfield by Colin Tomsett

We have recently submitted a planning application to Test Valley Borough Council  for 9 new dwellings.

The proposal is to create a high quality development consisting of 9 premium dwellings that respond sympathetically to the site and the existing dwelling which is to be retained. The scale and form of the proposed dwellings will seek to respond to nearby properties to be in keeping with the area. A range of house types will allow for a balanced community, adding variety and character to the scheme.

Oaklands Farm - PLANNING PERMISSION by Colin Tomsett

Oaklands Farm is located in open countryside, on the outskirts of the village of East Tytherley on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border.

We have just obtained planning approval to convert an existing barn into a residential dwelling with integral parking. It is a single storey barn and we will be retaining the existing roof and steel frame, but creating a contemporary barn with large glass openings to capture the views of the surrounding countryside.