Little Park Farm
Little Park Farm, designed whilst with Stedman Blower, sits on boundary of village and greenbelt next to a Grade II listed building. Stedman Blower were recommended by the conservation officer who wanted to see a contemporary building to act as a bookend to the 70’s urban sprawl that stretches its fingers into the countryside.
This new house draws on the listed building, designed to resemble a cluster of small buildings linked by a garden wall – a barn, a dovecote and a greenhouse. It was featured in “Building and Design”, the journal of the architectural profession.
‘We are very pleased with the design created. Our project was made more complicated by the setting, next to a listed building and on the green belt, the local planners and conservation officer required a high quality design solution. Derry worked very hard to achieve this and the result is tremendous. They responded well to our own views and were available when we needed to speak to them. Their assistance was highly professional and creative. They also seemed to enjoy themselves and were always happy to speak to us which made it easier for us.’ – Craig and Sarah Beresford
We worked on
DESIGN The design process is plan-driven
DEVELOPMENT The efficient and effective