Construction has commenced for two luxury homes in Poulton-le-Fylde

Construction has commenced after receiving full planning approval for two new luxury homes located in Poulton-le-Fylde. Two completely different designs directly adjoining to each other.

Plot one is an outstanding home with true architectural beauty. With dramatic two-story windows that help to bring nature inside. A large feature entrance will be formed using metal cladding opening into a grand hallway and gallery area to the first and second floors. Clean lines and high ceilings enhance the contemporary feel using a combination of brickwork and timber panelling to the elevations. To the rear folding doors open the home to the outdoor living area with its fireplace and outdoor kitchen. The enormous kitchen is wide open to the living and dinning room, creating sweeping views. A games room has also been provided with a green roof above. The house is three stories high with 6 bedrooms located on the first and second floors all of which have been provided with generous en suite bathrooms and walk in wardrobes.  The master suite is located at the rear of the house and overlooks the living green flat roof and garden below. It also has the bonus of its own own balcony with tremendous views to the rear of the plot.

Plot two is a more traditional architectural style with a luxurious open plan living accommodation. The house will be constructed using traditional materials such as a slate roof, brickwork elevations and timber sash windows. The entrance has a stone feature surround that invites you in to a grand  staircase and gallery above. A large lounge area has been provided to the front of the house.  The hallway extends in to the rear of the house, opening up to a large luxurious open plan kitchen, living and dinning room area. Patio doors lead out the rear garden and then onto a secret allotment to grow their own vegetables. The first floor accommodates four generously sized double bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes that lead into their own en suites. The master bedroom benefits from a large Juliette balcony which over looks the rear garden and beautiful views on the horizon. 

Check out the proposals here:

Carter-Zub have provided full architectural design including a feasibility study, concept designs and detailed designs ready for a full planning application. Mosaic Town Planning Consultants, based in Manchester, were appointed to provide their expertise in planning and submitted a full plans application dealing with the local authority during the planning application process.

The planning application has required detailed surveys of the land as well as detailed architectural drawings including: 

  • Topographical plan
  • Contaminated Land Phase One Desk Study for Residential Development
  • Scheme of investigation for archaeological evaluation and trail excavations for Roman remains.
  • Historic hedgerow reports

  • Flood risk assessments

  • Ecological assessments

  • Detailed drainage designs 

  • Tree survey and arboricultural assessment

  • Traffic management method statement and risk assessments. 

During this time we worked closely with the client developing the design further ready for construction. The client received detailed construction drawings well before the application had been approved. This enabled the client to obtain accurate building work costs and have contractors ready as soon a an approval was issued by the the local authority. 

This is fantastic development for Carter-Zub and we are looking forward to seeing both plots come out the ground. Keep posted for more news and see how construction progresses. 

The aerial photo's have been taken by AirPixa aerial photographers. We have partnered up with Airpixa providing aerial photography for roof inspection surveys and high quality progress photos for our construction projects. This is a fantastic way in capturing the moment during construction using a drone. Airpixa are specialist drone photographers with all the relevant pilot credentials to fly a drone. If you think your construction project would benefit aerial photography  get in touch

We would also like to here from you if you require a roof inspection completing this could be for insurance purposes to validate your roof warranty or you may have a roof which is in poor condition and requires expert advise for remedial work which may be required. Using a drone for roof inspections is a safe and cost effective way to survey a roof and quickly identify any defects which may be difficult to access using more traditional methods of access which can also prove to be costly.  

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