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Former Dualchas architect wins approval for Perthshire farmhouse extension

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Mary Arnold-Forster, former principal at Dualchas, has won planning permission for a cedar-clad extension to a farmhouse in Perthshire

Plans for the two-storey extension to the Ardargie Mains Farmhouse in Dunkeld include four bedrooms, a kitchen, living room, and boot room.

According to Arnold-Forster the extension is clad in cedar because ’it has a slight “pinkey” tinge to compliment the red sandstone of the existing house’.

She added: ’There will be an easy progression through the building from the kitchen and utility areas up to the main reception areas of the old house up again to the new bedrooms including the new master suite looking over to Ben Vorlich in the distance.’

Work is expected to start on site in August this year, with a completion date scheduled for March 2018. 

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Project data 

Location Ardargie Mains Farmhouse, Fungarth, Dunkeld, PH8 0ES
Type of project Extension 
Client Daren and Lyn Wallwork
Architect Mary Arnold-Forster 
Structural engineer David Narro Edinburgh
Quantity surveyor PMP Ltd. Edinburgh
Planning supervisor PMP Ltd. Edinburgh
Start on site date August 2017
Completion date March 2018

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