Working with architect Deborah Dalton, we have obtained a planning consent in the green belt from Tandridge Council for the conversion of this redundant granary store into a family home. The volume of the existing steel framed building will be divided into 2 distinct wings with a south-facing private courtyard between. One wing will contain living spaces and the other work space.
The land around the new house will benefit from a new hedgerow, pond and planting; attracting wildlife and creating new habitats.
The house is designed to meet the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 6 - the highest recognised standard of house building. The house will be carbon neutral and will generate its own power and heating through use of a ground source heat pump and solar panels.