The revised National Planning Policy Framework has been published
Retiring farmers need new homes to facilitate farm succession, argues the CLA
Clive Chapman Architects use the Country House Clause to win planning permission for a 327 square metre single-storey project
Studio Bark gets the thumbs-up for an eco take on the Country House Clause
Surrey planners have granted permission for an ultra-modern take on Lutyens under Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework.
An eco-minded country house in Somerset has been granted the rare NPPF 55 status for “exceptional and innovative houses in open countryside”
A new rural eco house, designed by architects Farrells for developer Jarvis Homes, has been awarded planning consent in Kent; it’s one of fewer than 100 properties to be approved via Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework – the “Country House Clause” – since it was introduced in 1997, and is thought to be the first ever eco house to meet the stringent “exceptional architectural quality and innovation criteria”.