Why Virtual Reality matters in planning consultations

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Across all stages of the planning process, Virtual Reality (VR) has the ability to transform consultations by helping participants understand the details of a proposal whilst bringing the developer’s vision to life. Misinterpretation of plans and drawings can easily occur. Planning consultations quickly derail when there are problems communicating a complex building solution, or when… Read more »

Architecture 519 wins planning consent for 29 new homes in North London

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The project will deliver a contemporary mews containing both houses and apartments framing a new pedestrian and cycle link in Wood Green and revives access to a nearby recreation ground. Gaining unanimous consent this week, the scheme aims to rejuvenate a collection of warehouses between Crawley Road and Downhills Way for developer Frankum Mews Limited… Read more »

Listed Georgian and Victorian Private house remodel completes

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  Architecture519 were approached by a private residential client to extend and rationalise the internal space within their Grade II listed Farm house in East Keswick. The project albeit small scale works was of interest as the existing farmhouse was built originally in the Georgian ear, and then extended in the Victorian era, therein lay… Read more »

Rodley Village Day Nursery – Planning Approval

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  Due to the expansion of their local Nursery offer our existing client appointed us for a Change of use planning application of former restaurant on a prominent site in west Leeds to create a 65 place day nursery. The existing building currently occupied as a restaurant required internal reconfiguration and rationalisation to facilitate the… Read more »

A519 Success in International Design Competition

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Competition Success! Before Christmas, Architecture519 took part in an international design competition – Redevel(o)p. The brief was working alongside Dichterbij Velp,  a Dutch healthcare organisation that provides care for patients with complex care needs, to create an innovative concept to improve the lives of the residents and their networks. After much deliberation and work a… Read more »

Rural Home Extension Gets Approval

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Planning permission has been granted by Leeds City Council for a two-storey extension to a stone-built property in Alwoodley, Leeds. The existing house forms part of a courtyard of stone and slate former farm buildings that sit within the green belt. It also benefits from a large rear garden with views across the countryside beyond…. Read more »

More Schemes Submitted For Planning

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Architecture 519 continues to be busy designing a variety of schemes which have been submitted for planning within the last few weeks. These include a large scale sub-urban, landscape led masterplan in the Midlands; a number of contemporary, small scale infill developments on challenging sites in the south-west; a one-off redevelopment of a former farmstead… Read more »