The latest Bath Market Insight Report from Knight Frank has revealed that last year saw the Bath prime property market starting to ease, after significant growth in 2015. Property prices in Bath increased by 3.5% in 2016, compared with 4.5% the previous year. However, despite slower growth, Bath still outperformed the wider UK prime country markets, which saw an average fall of 0.4% in 2016.
Chris joined the practice in August 2016, for his year out placement, after graduating from the University of Nottingham with a Part 1 Architectural Degree. During his year out, Chris intends to develop the experience and knowledge he gained from his University studies within a professional practice environment. He is an avid drinker of water and has an unhealthy fear of tea!
Esmond Murray Architects have obtained planning permission for rear and side extensions to a detached residential property in Horseshoe Walk, Bath. The property is located in a Conservation Area and also incorporates a balcony to take account of the far reaching views.
Our work on the conversion of the locally listed, former Chipping Sodbury Memorial Day Centre, to nine apartments for Grace Church continues. The building dating from the late 19th century was converted to a cottage hospital in 1920 and is purportedly the birthplace of Harry Potter Author J K Rowling!
In conjunction with Clair Strong Interior Design, we have obtained listed building consent for the renovation and adaption of Queen Anne House in Bath for Cyclescheme. Cyclescheme are the UK’s leading provider of tax-free bikes for work.