Norfolk Road

Brighton

Private Residential | Terrace

Roof terrace and first floor rear extension.

Shape Architecture continues to obtain planning permission for extensive roof terraces. Here in a prominent conservation area and adjacent to a listed building, we have obtained planning permission for a roof terrace accessed by a glazed box and in addition two large first floor rear extensions. The project is close to our roof terrace project at Caveside House opposite the i360.

Our Client at Norfolk Road writes:

Simply blown away by our planning permission being granted for a roof terrace. Especially since we were told by residents on our street that it was impossible to achieve this. Thank you to the stellar team for such a smooth and efficient process. We cannot wait for the next phases now.

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Stitched Image of the existing roof view
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Section cut showing access to the roof
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Rear Elevation at Courtyard
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Rear Elevation at Upper Level now Infilled
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Rear Elevation at Upper Level now Infilled

If you would like to discuss a potential roof terrace project, please feel free to contact us at Shape Architecture for an initial chat.

See also our roof terrace at Adam and Eve Mews which has a similar glazed box access.