Situated south of the A27 on the outskirts of Chichester this one acre ex nursery site contained a single bungalow with various outbuildings.
Working closely with our architects we successfully submitted plans to demolish the bungalow and replace it with a contemporary housing scheme of 16 two, three and four-bedroomed houses, with parking and associated landscaping.
Two neighbouring properties on large plots were acquired following a successful planning application for five large detached family homes with private gardens and parking. The whole scheme was designed to complement the neighbouring properties and enhance the overall street scene.
This 1960s office building situated within the heart of Chichester City Centre and Conservation Area was an eye-sore and rather tired looking. Our plans included a new facade to the building, much more in keeping with the surrounding buildings within Chichester’s historic Eastern quarter, whilst inside converting the run down offices into six two-bedroomed award-winning luxury apartments.
Originally built as a public house in 1855, more recently the building operated as a French restaurant.
Elberry acquired the site and gained consent to convert it into a luxury eleven-bedroomed dwelling for the Chichester Festival Theatre, with four new build contemporary mews houses located behind in a courtyard setting.