Town House Development, Poulton-le-Fylde.
Carter-Zub Building Consultancy have recently received full planning approval for 5 town houses to be developed in Poulton-le-Fylde. The development will be a great addition to the community and add more luxury accommodation in a prominent location of Poulton-le-Fylde Conservation area.
The site was formerly known as The Breck Social Club, but over previous years had sadly deteriorated and been neglected. The site has been demolished and is now ready for the build to commence. The new upside down living accommodation each provide a master bedroom with en-suite, guest bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, lounge/dining room, study room and either a balcony or roof top terrace.
This exciting new development has been created to provided state of the art living and offer new modern accommodation to commuters and young professionals which may have to travel to locations such as Preston, Manchester and London, with rates and prices continuously rising, rather than living in the city the owners can easily commute and come back using Poulton’s local amenities. Having the train station next door and improvements taking place this is a highly sustainable method of transport for the foreseeable future.
The appearance of the building has been carefully designed to take inspiration from the local conservation area and immediate surrounding buildings, using traditional forms and materials which will tie in with the local surroundings.
We have introduced contemporary architectural elements, that have been tastefully designed to enhance the overall appearance of the scheme.
The proposed building has been designed to be sympathetic to the adjacent dwellings, but being truthful and honest to the material used allowing the building to speak of its nature and intention through the materials. Which is a 21st Century, sustainable and contemporary town houses.
The materials and design will create an aesthetically pleasing piece of architecture, positively contributing to the built environment of Poulton.
The south elevation has been brought back to life providing a focal elevation for the community when using the train station, with the potential to become a landmark building for Poulton.