Are you looking for an Architect in Macclesfield?
Macclesfield is a historic market town located in Cheshire. It developed as a traditional mill town developed in the industrial revolution, specialising in Silk. Its nickname (Silk Town) was given as it was once the biggest producer of Silk in the world. At one point there were over 70 mills operating in the mid-ninetieth century. There is a still a working mill in the town, which is now the Paradise Mill museum.
Today the town is still a manufacturing base, with AstraZeneca having its manufacturing base in the town. Other notable businesses include the furniture store, Arighi Bianchi.
The town is well connected to the North West and wider country by the main roads and bus network. In adddition, it is also on the main line to Manchester, Birmingham and London.
Local Planning Authority: Cheshire East Council
A popular place to live providing lots of opportunity for Macclesfield Architects.
Ever a popular place to live due to its range of services and leisure opportunities as well as its proximity to the countryside. Macclesfield architects can create bespoke homes for all types of homes. Detached homes provide architects in Macclesfield with a fantastic opportunity to extend and remodel creating tailored homes to suit any need and size of the family.
The surrounding areas and villages include Astbury, Bollington, Bosley, Broken Cross, Burbage, Buxton, Chelford, Gawsworth, Goostrey, Henbury, Langley, Mobberley, North Rode, Prestbury, Rainow and Sutton.
Macclesfield is located within Green Belt which provides challenges as well as opportunities for all projects. In particular for replacement dwellings and houses extensions in the Green Belt. Hunter Architects have a range of experience in the town and the surrounding villages, including house extensions and remodelling, including within Conservations Areas, as well as replacement homes.
The architecture of Macclesfield varies quite a lot, which gives Architects in Macclesfield a great opportunity of extending existing homes as well as creating new homes. Trying to get planning permission in Macclesfield can be challenging due to the Conservation Areas, Green Belt designation as well as Cheshire East planning policies, meaning choosing the right team for your project is crucial.
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