DSA have once again taken a site with a previous planning refusal and many constraints from surrounding properties and produced a successful scheme that changed the opinion of the planning officer through a clear concise planning submission that answered all questions of overlooking, overshadowing and amenity as well as tree preservation orders
Building Excellence Awards – Regional Winner
Andrew Brown, left, and Sara Haddon, with award sponsor Steve Laurence, director of Federation of Master Builders North, with the award for Best Individual House.
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MOSAIC MAGAZINE – Oct 2009
From a distance, it looks like a new barn has been built at a Silkstone farm. But the building is soon to be a home for Philip and Carolyn Charlesworth, as Adam Civico reports …
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HIGHFIELD – The Next Generation – Concept for Living Magazine, February 2009
Atop a hill in the rolling South Yorkshire landscape with views reaching across the Peak District, Highfield is a self-built home with family connections. Jennie Musgrove paid a visit to find out more.
Newspaper Article in Wetherby News – Dec 2008
Church Fenton architect to feature in national magazine
A Church Fenton architect’s innovative house designs feature in this month’s Daily Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine.
Andrew Brown, inset, who recently relocated from London to Church Fenton, has been awarded the national magazine’s Best DIY Project for 2008, after submitting details of his recently completed three bedroom ‘upside down’ house which sits on a hilltop overlooking the market town of Penistone, South Yorkshire. . . . See full article – PDF »
Mosaic Magazine – April 2008
HOMES & INTERIORS: Roger Brown’s plans to convert a bungalow where thwarted when he discovered it had no foundations. Instead, he is putting the finishing touches to a modern house with a ‘living roof’. Adam Civico took a look . . . See full article – PDF