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The Rural Architect The barn must not be located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and must not be listed. The barn must have been used for agricultural purposes and must have a structure that can be used (this must be more that just a steel frame). This planning application does limit the amount of windows and curtilage space to the exterior of the barn. The barn must also be located by an adopted highway (so not in the middle of a field).

This application is often used on non traditional structures like a portal frame, as this application is restrictive many people choose the alternative application, which is a full planning application. Any conversion will need to be assessed by a Structural Engineer to confirm that the structure is capable of conversion. Conversion applications also require an ecology statement to confirm if there are any bats or birds roosting in the building.

Would you like to bring a beautiful old house back into to use or reconfigure the existing layout?

Whilst studying in the Midlands I worked in Architecture firms where I gained experience in Retail, Healthcare, Education and Housing. Once I qualified as an Architect I returned to Norfolk and joined a firm, where I had the opportunity to work on Residential and Commercial projects which have become my passion. My favourite part of a project is building

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