Stephen Waldron Architects was commissioned to design, obtain detailed-planning consent, and provide a full set of construction information for the conversion of a small stable block into two holiday cottages.

This project required the design, planning consent and construction information for a 3-storey, 4 bedroom home on a very constrained plot.

Our plans for alterations and extensions to a property in the Brecon Beacons National Park deliver the WOW! factor.

The remodelling of this bungalow in Southerndown resulted in a stunning home with full sea views.

Glass roofed barn becomes a first for the Brecon Beacons National Park.

The addition of attic room space for to a bungalow in Treorchy enables a brother and sister to live in their forever home – each with their own space.

Remodelling of a recently purchased home to accommodate a growing family, plus addition of a ‘man-den’ in the garden.

The transformation of a layout to a unified family room.

A full-width extension to a terraced house.

Tourist ‘Banda’ construction to provide cross-subsidy to Aids Orphan charity

Rear extension to form an enlarged ‘family room’ opening onto the garden and patio

4m2 extension, removal of structural walls/steel frame insertion, Tiny Tiny Victorian terrace house remodelling

Few sane people would have taken on this semi-derelict set of three small barns with trees growing out of the walls! This ongoing project continues to thrill!

Adding a 4th floor with a 5th bedroom to a townhouse.

Simple but radical transformation of a garage to extend the house.

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