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PAD studio

PAD studio

Lymington, UK

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PAD studio - Paragraph 55 House

PAD studio

PAD studio were approached by a family who were interested in investigating the Paragraph 55 (formally PPS7) NPPF policy to seek planning permission for a new house in a beautiful rural site.

This is a very specific, highly challenging policy to meet,

 



PAD studio were approached by a family who were interested in investigating the Paragraph 55 (formally PPS7) NPPF policy to seek planning permission for a new house in a beautiful rural site.

This is a very specific, highly challenging policy to meet, and reads:

Very occasionally the exceptional quality and innovative nature of the design of a proposal, isolated new house may provide special justification for granting planning permission. [It] should be truly outstanding and ground-breaking, for example in its use of materials, methods of construction or its contribution to protecting and enhancing the environment, so helping to raise standards of design more generally in rural areas. The value of such a building will be found in its reflection of the highest standards in contemporary architecture, the significant enhancement of its immediate setting and its sensitivity to the defining characteristics of the local area.