Tag Archives: Housing

New Housing at Seabrook Orchards, Exeter.

The first phase of our Seabrook Orchards development is taking shape on the Topsham Road to the east of Exeter. This scheme derives its character from the local area. Local distinctiveness has been achieved within the scheme by the promotion … Continue reading

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Grainge Architects Website Update

With the continuing variety of projects and increasing workload across the spectrum of different construction sectors we felt that it was time to update our website. Our growing portfolio in a wide range of project sectors is now better represented. … Continue reading

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900 New Homes East of Exeter

Grainge Architects and Eagle One Homes submitted a planning application recently to East Devon District Council for 900 new homes, a primary school, community allotments, play areas and sports pitches at Mosshayne. The development site to the west of Mosshayne … Continue reading

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Master Planning New Housing Developments

The South West is experiencing a strong surge in demand in terms of new housing. Many sites which have previously been identified through the planning process and Local Plan are now being brought forward by developers and landowners, signifying an … Continue reading

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Bideford Marina and Waterside Development at Brunswick Wharf

A recent public presentation at the Royal Hotel, opposite East-the-Water wharves by developer Simon Maunder of Oceanside Developments, and Grainge Architects proved a great success. The event was a great opportunity for the local residents and interested parties to fully … Continue reading

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Increased Permitted Development Rights means larger house extensions

For a period of 3 years, commencing 30 May 2013 and expiring 30 May 2016 householders will be able to build larger single storey rear extensions under new permitted development rights. This in effect doubles the size of extensions permissible … Continue reading

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Dream House in Lympstone

What a fabulous day to have a site visit to your dream new home on the banks of the River Exe. Over the last few months passers-by in Lympstone could not fail to notice this striking new house designed by … Continue reading

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Isles of Scilly, Porthcressa Beach – New Community Buildings

On completion of the Five Islands School with Kier Construction, our next project on the Islands involved regeneration works fronting Porthcressa Beach. (The project is currently under construction). Lessons-learnt from building the school, determined the design and procurement method for … Continue reading

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Architect designed house in Lympstone gets planning permission

Grainge Architects latest planning success involves the granting of full planning permission for a sensational waterside property in Lympstone. East Devon District Council’s Development Management Committee approved the scheme this week. The design concept involves the demolition of two existing … Continue reading

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Seabrook Orchards Granted Consent!

Seabrook Orchards achieved a unanimous planning approval at a packed Exeter City Council’s Civic Centre on Tuesday Evening. Grainge Architects are extremely proud to have provided architectural & urban design input into this key project. The scheme is for a … Continue reading

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