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Listed Building Consent Application approved for a schedule iof internal and external works to this Grade II* Listed Building in Garvestone, Norfolk. En-Plan: Heritage Planning Consultants for Norfolk.

WORKS SCHEDULE APPROVED
WHINBURGH OLD HALL,
NORFOLK

Listed Building Consent approved for a schedule of internal and external repiars and alterations.

Whinburgh Old Hall is located on the periphery of the village of Garvestone in Norfok.  It is locvated in the district of Breckland and as such En-Plan applied to Breckland District Council for Listed Building Consnet for a schedule of works aimed at improving the internal and externakl elements fo the buillding and allowing for proper drainage of the grounds.

The building is best decribed by its Listing by Histoirc England which states the following:

Former farmhouse. Circa 1600 and later. Brick ground floor (re-faced with brick in C19) with timber framed upper floor. Through-passage plan. 2 storeys with attic. Off-centre C17 gabled porch with a pedimented arched entrance and blocked window above. Very fine fielded board door with studs and loop handle. 4-centred arched frame with carved spandrels. 3 ground floor windows, the central one formerly of 5 lights with roll- moulded and hollow chamfered mullions and transom. (2 mullions have been removed in order to insert casements). Similar north window of 2 lights without a transom. South window, a 3-light, ovolo-moulded, Victorian imitation. 3 imitative late C20 3-light casement windows to first floor. Roll-moulded bressumer. Some original brickwork visible on south gable- end. Stepped gables with late C20 cast cement crow steps. Rear door with cover strips and studs and moulded frame. Off-centre axial stack with 4 octagonal shafts. Later north gable-end stack with a single C19 octagonal shaft. Later additions to side and rear. Interior. Hall with deep mouldings to bridging joist, common joists and cornice. Original fireplace to first floor with a 4-centred arch and incised stucco decoration. Reduced to take a fine late C18 duck's nest grate. Several original doorways with 4-centred arches - their spandrels emphasised by inverted fielding. 2 principal first floor rooms were originally open to an exceptional crown post roof of 7 bays, the short crown posts rising from cambered collars. Solid arch braces to collar purlin only and a set of butt-purlins. Solar originally to northern end only. Moated site.

En-Plan have worked in conmjunction with the Historic Buikdings Advisor and the Planning Officer dealing with the application to ensure the schedule of works proposed protects and enhances the character and setting of this important heritage asset and protects it for future generations.

The works schedule included repairs to the roof and widnows as well as the exterior render.  A new drainage strateegy was devised for the grounds in order to overcome the issues with surface water which will in turn harm the main building if not properly addressed.  Works to the interior looked to address the internal finish including plaster, and looked to replace existing bathroom suites with a more modern design as well as re-instating the main fireplace for the main hall.

If you would like to find out more about how our Planning Consultancy and Architectural Design Services can work in perfect sync to achieve a successful outcome in the planning system and how we can help you with your Listed Building Project please CONTACT US and we will be only too happy to talk through any questions or development proposals you may have.

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