If you would like to add a conservatory to a listed building then you will require 'Listed Consent'. The designers at Hampton Conservatories have created
numerous extensions for properties with listed building status.
Formal architectural and design qualifications combined with over 35 years of experience has resulted in the perfect mix of skills necessary to deliver the sometimes complex and delicate task of producing a conservatory design solution that will be acceptable for listed building consent.
Although conservatories and Orangeries do differ when it comes to their roofs and walls, when it comes to getting listed consent, they are both treated like any other extension to a listed property.
Whether you want to design a wooden conservatory or extend your listed property with a bespoke timber orangery you will need to negotiate listed consent and planning permissions to ensure that your project gets approved.
Hamptons have vast experience in dealing with listed properties and conservation projects that puts us in a prime position to help you come up with a conservatory design that will increase your chances of getting planning permission for extending your listed home.
One of the most important issues when it comes to designing a proposal for a bespoke wood conservatory to be added to a listed property is how it will affect the original property. To increase the chances of getting the required permissions is the overall aesthetic look of the glass structure.
When planning a proposal for listed building consent it's important to have contacted a conservatory manufacturer that has vast experience in similar projects to your own. To increase your chances of getting approval you need to design a conservatory that is sympathetic to the original structure that blends in naturally to the overall aesthetic of the listed building.
Although every listed consent application is judged on its own merits, planners tend to be more favourable to conservatories that do not dominate the original property or upset the balance of the building's grounds.
Hampton Conservatories ensure that, when creating your listed building conservatory, the unique character, charm and originality of the property are extended into your conservatory. Our hardwood heritage conservatories blend seamlessly with Grade I and II Listed buildings.
From the first site visit to assess the property and take the necessary measurements we will observe the natural detailing of the existing listed building, examine the grounds of your property to ensure the design of your new bespoke hardwood conservatory will blend into its surroundings so that the listed consent and necessary planning permissions should be granted without any major issues.