Planning Permission

We have just received planning permission for a project to transform a house in the woods on the outskirts of Oxford. This is particularly good news as the clients came to us with a challenging site, having already received negative

Planning Submitted!

We’ve submitted a planning application for this house on the outskirts of Oxford. Fingers crossed we will be given permission to transform an ugly duckling into a wonderful contemporary home on the edge of this ancient woodland.

Planning permission

Planning permission has been granted for us to convert two tired bungalows in to a future-proofed family home. We will now start detailing the building to fit it in/on the site’s challenging topography.

Conservation Praise

We’ve just submitted a planning application for this family home in the woods on the outskirts of Ledbury. The principle building conservation officer was so impressed he stated that they would, ‘Recommend Approval with conditions: The proposals are for a

Permission received at Graven Hill

Our first project at the exciting self-build development Graven Hill near Bicester has received it’s plot passport compliance – basically the same as planning permission. Good news!

Preparing the Site at Beanacre

First, dig a big hole! Follow this link to a timelapse film showing the preparation of the site along with other interviews and snippets from the build.  

Garden Shed

We’ve just received planning permission for a new garden building at the rear of an existing stone cottage in West Oxfordshire. The client wanted to embrace a slightly agricultural, garden shed aesthetic so we’ve translated this into a simple pitched roof

Busy busy

We’ve just submitted a planning application for an old school house in north Oxfordshire. The new scheme replaces two small pitched roof additions with a single, lighter more voluminous space which will provide kitchen and utility for a growing family. The

Planning Application Submitted

Planning has been submitted for a scheme to transform a pair of tired bungalows in Gloucestershire in to a future-proofed family home. The design blends traditional materials with simple, contemporary forms that work with the site’s natural topography. A sensitive

Planning Permission

We have just gained planning approval on a project in Oxfordshire where our clients wanted to extend and improve this barn that had originally been converted in the 1990s. The proposal catches the original barn between two related single storey

Another Planning Permission!

We are very pleased to have received planning permission for this exciting new project in North Oxfordshire. Tucked in to the hillside this family home will incorporate all the features you would expect from a Charlie Luxton Design! Highly insulated,

Planning Permission

We’ve received planning permission for the redevelopment of an old stable block in Gloucestershire. The stables were previously poorly converted to create a fairly cramped and dark cellular house, more appropriate for horses than humans! The new proposal replaces this

Planning Permission Granted

We recently received planning permission for an extensive renovation and remodelling of a family home in North Oxfordshire. A number of adhoc extensions had created a series of interconnected buildings built over a period of time. As a result the accommodation

Project in for Planning

We have just submitted a planning application for the remodelling of an existing 1960s bungalow.  The proposal is to entirely transform the existing outdated house into a warm, bright and spacious family home which will be well insulated internally and

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