Rural Diversification

and Planning Case Studies

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NEW HOUSES IN OPEN COUNTRYSIDE

For Flint Hall Farm

Planning consent obtained for the conversion of a complex courtyard of traditional farm buildings to three dwellings, including one very large open barn in poor condition, together with consent for two brand new dwellings contrary to policy.

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CONVERSION OF CURTILAGE LISTED BARNS

For Central Bedfordshire Council

Bidwells was instructed to undertake the conversion of curtilage listed barns plus 2/3 new build houses part within/part without a village development envelope and in a conservation area.

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RESIDENTIAL CONVERSION

Merrys Farm, Cambridgeshire

Bidwells obtained residential planning consent for a listed barn and a very dilapidated 'Piggery’ contrary to policy.

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REVAMP OF EXISTING WEDDING VENUE 

Bluntswood Hall, Herts

Turnaround and remodelling of an existing wedding venue for our client, to improve income and cash flow, without incurring net expenditure.

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DELIVERING CLASS Q PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT

Agricultural to Residential conversions

Class Q Permitted Development has changed the way we look at certain buildings and the potential of redundant or disused agricultural buildings, but what are the common pitfalls and how might you maximise this opportunity?

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GOODNESTONE PARK HOUSE RESTORATION

For Lord Fitzwalter

Bidwells proposed that the main house on the Goodnestone Park Estate should be refurbished and let to provide high-end holiday accommodation. Bidwells subsequently managed the project from start to finish.

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