PPS7 house embedded into English countryside granted planning permission by Bolton Council

Make Architects has been granted planning permission for a flower-shaped PPS7 House in the Pennine hillside, North West England. Through close collaboration with client Gary Neville, Bolton Council and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, Make Architects has designed an ambitious single-storey 8,000 sq ft home embedded into the picturesque English countryside.

Speaking on the decision, Stuart Fraser, Partner at Make, said: “We truly believe in this design and are delighted with the Secretary of State’s decision and look forward to delivering this exciting home. It has been a privilege to be given a brief which has allowed us to truly test the boundaries of current sustainable thinking in terms of design and construction and to work alongside some leading experts in this field.”