Case Study 3 - Hound House, Surrey - June 2006

Objective

To build a swimming pool inside a listed barn, within the grounds of a listed structure.

Philosophy

Having gained several consents for similar structures in the past our advice to the client from the outset was that there was a substantial chance of success and therefore the initial design should not be compromised.

An aggressive approach was taken with the Local Authority; which included listening carefully to their concerns and responding with revisions at every turn. This left only one outstanding objection, which was that in principle a barn with this heritage pedigree should not be used for an indoor pool, drawing on our library of previous consents from other Local Authorities. This objection was inevitably overcome and a successful planning and listed building application approval granted.

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