This is a very common question we’re asked here at Fibre Architects. Typically, it is also a very difficult question to give an accurate answer to as there are so many different elements & variables that play a part in … Read More
Under the Town & Country Planning Act, there is legislation that local planning authorities need to consider regarding the protection of trees when planning applications are made. A tree survey for planning applications is usually required when trees are within … Read More
Here are some of the latest progress photos of one of our projects in Castleford. This home design is a modern, contemporary build in the grounds of an existing property.
We are delighted to have received planning approval for this property to modernise and extend what will be a wonderful home for our clients.
We are delighted to share with you news of our approval for this beautiful ancillary building within the grounds of Briarcourt in Lindley. Briarcourt is a grade 2 listed building that was originally designed by the renowned Arts and … Read More
We’re delighted that one of our projects has been featured in the Grand Designs magazine! Our renowned glass project which is located in Huddersfield has been featured in the February edition in the “10 homes with amazing glazing” – a … Read More
PROJECT: Garden room, Quarmby DETAILS: A beautiful garden room located in the grounds of a Georgian house, making a great space for entertaining and relaxing. GALLERY:
Bats are one of the most common protected species that can affect your construction project. Read on to learn about what to do if you encounter them in your property or building plot. Bats are endangered and vulnerable and as … Read More
We’re delighted to have received planning approval (in a relatively quick time too) on this property in the Colne Valley. The designs incorporate multiple extensions to the property, internal remodelling, balconies and large glazed windows and doors. Overall, the family … Read More