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Renovation Project with 11 acres of Upland Hill Pasture and Grazing Rights on Bryn Wg Common
Access by 4 wheel drive or on foot
Renovation Project with 11 acres of Upland Hill Pasture and Grazing Rights on Bryn Wg Common Unmodernised Cottage Access by 4 wheel drive or on foot
Bryn Wg Isaf is an upland smallholding in an elevated location only 4 miles from the historic town of Machynlleth. It has an unmodernised cottage dwelling with attached outbuilding of a traditional Welsh Longhouse style. The property is of stone construction under a slated roof and remains almost in its entirety of its original construction without any modern amenities or mains services.
Bryn Wg is the principal hill to the rear and the cottage nestles next to a copse and is in a sheltered location overlooking the Abercegir valley below.<br /><br />planning
A pre-planning application enquiry has been made of the Local Planning Authority, Powys County Council who comment (02/10/18):
From the submitted photographs with the pre application the existing dwelling is still readily recongisable as a dwelling with the stone walls and slated roof generally intact. The existing dwelling has character being in the rural upland of Wales longhouse style with an attached barn previously used for animal and fodder storage. The attached barn will provide further accommodation with the possibility of a small increase in the footprint of the existing dwelling.
The proposed design of the renovated dwelling shall take reference from either any recorded evidence of the architectural or archaeological interest of the former dwelling, or shall be reflective of the local vernacular. The local vernacular will need to be considered during the design process to ensure that the dwelling is in keeping with the surrounding area and reduce any possible impact on the surrounding landscape.
During the design process the landscape will have to be taken into consideration to ensure the proposal shall not be more dominant in the landscape than the former dwelling and shall not have a detrimental effect on the character of the landscape or the open countryside.
In light of the above and subject to an appropriate design which reflects the local vernicular the proposal is considered to be acceptable and compliant with policy H8.
A copy of the response, in full, is available upon request.
For more information about this property, please contact Morris Marshall & Poole - Machynlleth, SY20 on +44 1654 529989 * (local rate)
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