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Planning permission for Loch Lubnaig house and swimming pool

HLA are delighted to announce that full Planning permission has been granted for a wide ranging set of proposals to an existing dwelling house & former agricultural settlement on the banks of Loch Lubnaig, in the National Park of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. 
 
The approval includes for a new ancillary dwelling house, the extension and renovation of an existing Victorian house and a new contemporary swimming pool building, alongside an extensive landscaping strategy. A palette of traditional and contemporary materials, including brick, timber, red tin, natural stone and shuttered concrete has been employed to help restore the site to a condition fit for family use. A new ground source heat pump system will provide power to the site. 
 
Construction is expected to commence on site in the Summer of 2016. 
 
 

Family home in the Highlands with wind turbine and solar panels.

Simple Shepherd's Cottage transformed into generous family home in the Highlands.

 

A contemporary, light extension to a small original cottage creates comfortable, airy living spaces with spectacular views out to the hills.

 

A wind turbine is sat distanced from the house and solar panels have installed on the south facing roof. This project was recently completed and featured in this month's Grand Designs Magazine.

 

View photographs of the completed project >