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Find out more about Whitfield Architects’ current projects, past experience and wider thoughts about architecture and property. You can also see past press articles we’ve been featured in.

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Kitchen extensions with planning permission – south Manchester & Cheshire

Take a look at some of our recent kitchen extension projects around Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Bramhall and Heaton Moor, including planning permission applications and building regulations compliance.

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Loft conversions and garage conversions – Cheshire, Manchester, Stockport

Converting a loft or garage can turn traditional storage space into something very special – and with building regulations compliance, it can be marketed as an additional bedroom, too.

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Conservation areas and listed buildings – Cheadle Hulme, Didsbury, Derbyshire

Heritage projects are challenging and rewarding in equal measure. We love to restore and showcase the best bits of historic buildings, while enhancing them for contemporary use.

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New guest cottage for a listed building in Carnforth

We replaced disused outbuildings in Carnforth, on the Yorkshire border, with a new-build separate guest wing for a grade-II-listed home – sympathetically styled to suit its conservation area setting.

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Extended period house with bi-fold doors in Cheadle, Stockport

We updated a 1920s semi-detached house in Cheadle, near Stockport, including a new kitchen extension, bi-folding doors to maximise garden access and an open-plan living space that’s both contemporary and cosy.

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Planning approval secured for a seafront house in Cleveleys

We worked with the owner of this striking four-bedroom period house near Blackpool to create two more bedrooms and a new, generously proportioned living and kitchen space, with stunning views out to sea from a new sun terrace.

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Mark Whitfield’s past experience:
The Courthouse – Deansgate, Manchester

During his time at Hurd Rolland Partnership, Mark Whitfield was the project architect responsible for overseeing the restoration, construction and fit-out of historic building The Courthouse on Deansgate in Manchester – also known as Oddfellows House.

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Mark Whitfield’s past experience:
No. 8 King Street – Manchester

Mark designed and oversaw the conversion of a grade-II-listed former office building into 21 high-specification apartments in Manchester city centre, as project architect for Hurd Rolland Partnership.

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Mark Whitfield’s past experience:
Rutherford House – Whitehaven, Cumbria

This Β£3.2m office scheme was an entirely new building on Westlakes Science Park in Whitehaven. Mark Whitfield took the role of project architect for Hurd Rolland Partnership, which involved concept design, tender information and construction.

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