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Warrington is the largest town in Cheshire and is located between Manchester and Liverpool. Founded by the Romans it has constantly evolved ever since, including becoming a New Town in the 1960’s. For Architects in Warrington, it is well known for having the first IKEA store in the UK. Historically within Lancashire, the area is now a Unitary Authority although still part of Cheshire for ceremonial purposes.
There is a stretch of Green Belt within the area, including many of the villages. This is in place to minimise urban sprawl between settlements, including the Manchester and Merseyside conurbations. The Green Belt designation can cause issues for Warrington Architects.
Hunter Architects & Planners have a wide range of experience of house extensions and replacement dwellings within such areas. Please have a look at our projects page for further information.
The benefit of such designations and open countryside is that the region has fantastic leisure, recreational and outdoor pursuit options. These include Walton Hall, the River Mersey valley and trail, the Manchester Ship canal and Bridgewater Canal. In addition Appleton reservoir, parks, golf clubs, the Trans Pennine trail and Mersey Forest project are popular. There are many sporting options and some famous sporting teams, the most famous of these being the Warrington Wolves rugby league team.
Local Planning Authority: Warrington Borough Council.
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Notwithstanding the town itself, there are many popular places to live. Appleton, Croft, Culcheth, Grappenhall, Lymm, Padgate, Penketh, Stockton Heath, Stretton, Thelwall and Woolston are among the main popular places.
These villages have a wide range of characters and architectural styles. Warrington Architects require a good understanding and working knowledge to allow the homes to sit well within their context. In addition creating additional space and meeting clients requirements for modern family living are key aspects.
The architecture of the area is quite varied, and for Architects in Warrington, this can provide several challenges as well as opportunities. In particular for creating high-quality family homes, either by way of house extensions, home remodelling or the creation of bespoke self-build homes.
There are several notable architectural designed buildings, particularly in the town centre. These include as the Town Hall and its golden gates and The Academy. The Transporter Bridge which is not only Grade II* listed but is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
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