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55 Haven Road, Canford Cliffs, Poole

On behalf of our longstanding clients Trident Homes, we are delighted to have won planning approval for a luxury detached house, set in a Conservation Area, on Bessborough Avenue, to the rear of 55 Haven Road in Canford Cliffs in Poole, one of the area’s premier residential locations.

As a result of our close working relationship with our clients and the Poole Borough Council Planners, our vision for an appropriate design solution for this superb site was wholeheartedly supported and encouraged throughout the design process. From the start the Planners agreed that our vision for an “Arts and Crafts” style design would reflect and respect the character of much of the historic early development in the village, and would be a positive contribution to the Conservation Area.

The result is a design of sensitivity and quality, which, in terms of its scale, proportions, materials and detailing is entirely appropriate to the area’s unique historic character and setting. The resulting development enhances the area, whilst the architectural quality of the design, respecting, as it does, the location’s unique qualities and character, provides a high quality prestigious home of distinction.

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55 Haven Road, Canford Cliffs, Poole

55 Haven Road, Canford Cliffs, Poole

On behalf of our longstanding clients Trident Homes, we are delighted to have won planning approval for a luxury detached house, set in a Conservation Area, on Bessborough Avenue, to the rear of 55 Haven Road in Canford Cliffs in Poole, one of the area’s premier residential locations.

As a result of our close working relationship with our clients and the Poole Borough Council Planners, our vision for an appropriate design solution for this superb site was wholeheartedly supported and encouraged throughout the design process. From the start the Planners agreed that our vision for an “Arts and Crafts” style design would reflect and respect the character of much of the historic early development in the village, and would be a positive contribution to the Conservation Area.

The result is a design of sensitivity and quality, which, in terms of its scale, proportions, materials and detailing is entirely appropriate to the area’s unique historic character and setting. The resulting development enhances the area, whilst the architectural quality of the design, respecting, as it does, the location’s unique qualities and character, provides a high quality prestigious home of distinction.

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