New Four Bedroom Dormer Bungalow on Church Lane, Chesterfield
Following extensive consultations, the land owner of a Plot in Temple Normanton opted to appoint JCAD to produce initial Architectural Designs for the vacant site. The brief was to design a Four bedroomed family home with a view to developing a thermally and environmentally efficient scheme which would ensure that they would have extremely low running costs in the future.
Through consultations with the local planning Authority, JCAD was able to develop a considered and attractive design solution, combining Architectural flair and Technical design knowledge to produce the subsequent designs which received full planning and building regulations approval.
The scheme is broadly detailed below.
Existing Plot – A large garden to the side of an existing bungalow on a residential street in Temple Normanton
Proposal – A new detached bungalow formed in traditional stone and slate materials encompassing a super insulated modern structure formed with ICF polystyrene formwork and a fully sealed dwelling with heat recovery systems and air source heatpump to create a sustainable and economical family home.
The house has been dug into the land form of the site to ensure that the ridge is situated between that of the adjacent dwellings forming a natural progression of the streets built form, with a large patio area to the rear and steps through a stone faced retaining wall up to the raised rear garden area.
A new site entrance has been formed in accordance with highways requirements (to maintain an existing right of way over the land) and a detached timber car port is to be formed to the rear of the site.
The completed dwelling comprises the following accommodation:
- Lounge to the front
- Large dining kitchen to rear
- Family bathroom
- Founr bedrooms
- Ensuite and dressing area to master bedroom
- Feature Velux rooflight balcony to second bedroom