This site sits behind a row of late Victorian cottages, adjacent to the listed Grafton Terrace. An archaeological complication was the site of an old pottery kiln which we preserved within the layout of five new houses. 

The development is devised around a private access way and courtyard. The houses are designed with building depths of about six metres which, combined with 45 degree roof pitches and the use of local stone and traditional details, creates a traditional building form. This approach meant we secured a high value planning consent and ensured that the buildings have integrated successfully into the village setting.

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