Woodlands Business Centre

Lincoln Road

Welton

LN2 3PZ

t: 01673 860 100

studio@rylanddesign.co.uk





Residential housing developments

This award winning site originally was used for caravan storage and repair, Planning permission for re-development creating 15 new energy efficient dwellings was granted with an innovative design with individual properties allow views of the open countryside beyond whilst assimilating the development into the residential context of the area.

This development has been completed high quality design and specification of materials (using enhanced accredited construction details). The Properties achieved low air permeability & returned pressure test results to provide low energy consumption houses.

Brickwork and roof tiles were individual to each property to continue the individual feel to the site. Cream rendered properties were also incorporated as a contrast to the brickwork. Soft landscaping and block-paved footpaths have been incorporated to the dwelling frontages to complete the scheme.

This proposed site incorporates 17 plots with a mixture of dwellings from 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom dwellings, with 6 dwellings to the south west accessed via a private drive all properties allow views of the open countryside beyond whilst assimilating the development into the residential context of the area.

All plots have sizable garden space & parking facilities, new landscaping to boundaries and road. Plot 1 to take the appearance of a ‘gate house’, while plot 16 & 17 will face onto the existing road ‘Mill Lane’ to match with existing street scene, all existing landscaping will be maintained & improved.

More to come…

This proposed site incorporates 63 plots with a mixture of dwellings from 1 bed apartments, 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom dwellings, properties allow views of the open countryside beyond whilst assimilating the development into the residential context of the area. All dwellings have been positioned on site to limit direct overlooking and have a greater exposure to natural sunlight, there is also potential for future inclusion of PV panels for a higher energy efficient development.

There is also public open space within the development, this including play areas and spaces for picnic tables. Landscaping around the exterior of the open space reduces the exposure to neighbouring dwellings and roadways.

More to come…