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A derelict pub in a Conservation Area was replaced by six new houses in the village of Tur Langton.
The former Bull’s Head was next to a Grade II listed building and partially outside the village’s development boundary but a design was carefully crafted that won approval and enabled the sympathetic development.
There is a terrace of three three-bedroom houses echoing the footprint of the original pub along the front of the site. Behind are three five-bedroom detached houses.
The Bull’s Head building had been in a state of disrepair for a number of years. The site rose in level and included a large area of hard-standing previously used as a car park and overgrown open land.
All the new homes were individually detailed to create their own character while sitting as a coherent whole within the village. Their siting and their relationship to the village was specifically considered to contribute to Tur Langton.
All the buildings are timber frame construction with brick outer leaf. This method of construction enables the buildings to achieve high levels of air tightness and insulation.
Stephen George + Partners
Peter Cox JHAI
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