Tag / Ilfracombe

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  • North Devon

    One leads to two in North Devon

    Peregrine Mears Architects design for two identical detached homes in Ilfracombe by granted planning permission by North Devon Council. Development for two homes in North Devon OK, yes we had to visit the coast to do our site survey but that’s one of the (many) benefits of working in fabulous North Devon. A lovely coastal…

  • Commercial development

    Commercial Development Opportunity Hidden In Plain Sight

    Commercial Development | The daily traffic flow (including thousands of holiday visitors to the region) who pass the well-known former Foxhunters Garage Nr West Down on the busy A361 at West Down, have grown used to seeing an increasingly sad eyesore. A great, high-profile location, crying out for redevelopment. North Devon architect Perry Mears of…

  • Commercial to residential

    Commercial property to residential use

    Whatever the ‘new norm’ brings, it is clear that our town centres are changing. Nowhere is immune to the influence and impact of the trend for out-of-town retail and leisure developments, the growth of online shopping and the ubiquitous digital environment; Covid19 is leaving its scars too. So the key is often changing commercial property…

  • Amanda Homes

    Making the site work! Ilfracombe

    A key part of our skills as Architects is making the most of a site, which was the challenge from our client Armada Homes SW Ltd. They asked us to look at the project afresh, in terms of design, site efficiencies and financial viability, whilst retaining focus on the homes to be created, ensuing that…

  • Ilfracombe Pier

    Improving Public Places in Ilfracombe

    We are involved at two sites in Ilfracombe for North Devon Council. The first removing the two toll booths at the entrance to the Pier. We designed a new sculpture to support the existing harbour clock. The second project involves relocating two booths at the eastern end of Victoria Pleasure gardens.