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21 February 2014

We are very pleased to announce that our proposals for new homes in the grounds of Clevedon Hall finally received planning and listed building consent from North Somerset Council on 7 February.

DKA were appointed in early 2011 to master plan the development of the Clevedon Hall estate and after extensive consultations with the Council, English Heritage and other interested parties, submitted applications in August 2012.

The scheme was modified during the planning process to address consultees’ concerns over density. The final proposals create two distinct areas of new houses: North Field, where low density clusters of houses are arranged around the edges of a new park, and South Field where pairs of steeply gabled houses face a central shared area with parking and play space. A third component of the scheme was new self-contained hotel suites inserted into a Victorian walled garden.

This comprehensive development will immeasurably improve the heritage environment of Clevedon Hall and safeguard its future.