of 1960’s Barn Conversion
in Brundall, Norfolk
In April 2007, Cator + Co purchased The Barn situated
on the main street in Brundall, to the east of Norwich. We obtained planning permission for the demolition and replacement of
the extension to the rear of the property and the removal and replacement
of one of the rear dormer windows.
The design was aimed at providing a
sympathetic refurbishment and enhancing the remaining features of the
and re-use of Salhouse Hall
The property comprised 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), family bathroom, kitchen/breakfast
room, dining room, sitting room, study, utility room and downstairs W.C.
The property benefitted from gas central heating. Outside there was
a patio and lawned area with space for a double garage.
The project was completed in Spring 2008 and has since been sold.
We have been working closely with the Broadland
Building Preservation Trust to prepare a feasibility study for the
Grade II Listed building Salhouse Hall and its outbuildings. This
has involved sensitive renovation work and the resolution of planning
criteria for affordable housing policies.
The protection of heritage assets and the preservation of the historic
built environment are key themes within the Cator + Co business advice
Barns at Bergh Apton
Cator + Co are in the process of preparing a planning application for submission to South Norfolk Council for the conversion of redundant farm buildings to a residential property. We have instructed ecologists to prepare the relevant surveys as part of the application which are due to be completed shortly.
of 4 bedroom house to the north east of Norwich
A site within the village of Salhouse with
planning permission for a replacement 4 bedroom detached dwelling is
to be commenced shortly. The development will consist of the construction
of a timber framed property which will be low in carbon emissions and
low energy use.