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Clive Chapman wins go-ahead for 'country house clause' home in rural Northants

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Clive Chapman Architects has won approval for a ‘country house clause’ home in the grounds of a Grade II*-listed former rectory and preparatory school in Northamptonshire

The proposed 327m2 single-storey Passivhaus behind The Grange, outside the confines of Hellidon village, was approved under Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework – an exemption allowing new-build homes in the open countryside under ‘special circumstances’.

According to the Twickenham-based practice, the scheme, which features a green roof, will ‘preserve the existing kitchen garden walls, and minimises impact in its rural setting by using local materials sympathetic to the surrounding structures’.

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Location Hellidon, Northamptonshire
Type of project A new single-storey Passivhaus in the grounds of a Grade II* Listed house
Gross internal floor area 327m2
Client Private
Architect Clive Chapman Architects
Landscape architect Sacha Barnes
Planning consultant Aragon Land and Planning
Main contractor To be agreed
Funding Private

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