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The architecture of Bramhall
Bramhall Hall is probably the most famous building in the area and has recently undergone an extensive architectural restoration programme. Sitting in over 70 acres of parkland, the 14th Century Tudor, timber-framed, the manor house is described by Stockport Council as “the most prestigious and historically significant building in the Conservation Area”. The Hall is a Grade 1 Listed Building putting it in a small group of the most important buildings in the Country.
Now a popular tourist destination, featuring gardens, a café, and children’s play areas the house and gardens is also host to a range of events as well as for local schools where pupils can experience life from this particular period.
Local Planning Authority: Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council
Living in Bramhall – Architects view.
Due to its proximity and easy access to Stockport and Manchester, and the High School, Bramhall, along with its neighbouring villages of Woodford, Handforth, Hazel Grove, Cheadle and Poynton is a popular place to live.
Bramhall developed significantly in the 1960’s and 1970’s with a range of housing estates, the most famous of these known as Little Australia due to the names being towns in Australia.
The plethora of this style of architecture, as well as the range of older Victorian and later homes, means that for Bramhall Architects there is a wide range of architectural styles and therefore opportunities to deliver house extensions, remodelling of existing homes as well as creating new build homes.
Due to the nature of the varied architecture and urban and suburban makeup, particularly when considering some parts of the village is within a Conservation Area, obtaining planning permission in Bramhall can be a challenge. Appointing the right Bramhall Architects and Planning Consultants to help with your project, is a vital first stage in creating your dream home.
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