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Footprint Architects have received planning for a renovation of, and extension to an existing dwelling in Poole. The design creates a modern refurbishment and extension to the ground and first floor. The design is a high quality proposal that will relate the house to its surroundings and provide a well considered living environment for its users. #Architecture...
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Footprint Architects have received planning for a remodel and extension to an existing dwelling in Poole. The design creates a modern garden room, opening the existing house onto the pool area and lower garden. #Architecture #Contemporary #House #Planning #footprintarchitects
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Footprint Architects are delighted to have received planning for a new build dwelling on the edge of Salisbury. The proposal aims to create a comfortable living space, designed to Passive House standards, offering minimal impact on the environment and the surrounding context. #Architecture #Planning #footprintarchitects  
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We are delighted that our proposal for a new classroom block at Linwood School has received planning. The development provides a bespoke learning environment to accommodate up to 48 young people with severe and complex needs. The building will be constructed using the latest off-site construction techniques and will arrive on site in the coming months!
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Footprint Architects have been approved planning permission for a rear extension and lot conversion in Blandford Forum conservation area.
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Footprint Architects have obtained planning permission for the extension and alterations of Mildren Construction’s offices in Hurn.
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Planning permission has been granted to this rear extension at 30 Sunset road. The aim was to create a small single storey extension to enlarge the existing kitchen and create a new family space. Due to start the construction phase in the spring, the extension is planned to be constructed with SIP panels.
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14 Leven Avenue in the Meyrick Park conservation area has been granted planning permission.
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