Examples of excellence in building design and construction in the District were highlighted at an annual awards ceremony recently. As clients of North Kesteven District Council’s in-house Building Control Unit, the ten winners and nine highly commended recipients of the of the Council’s own Building Control Awards will go on to compete in the regional Local Authority Building Control Awards.
The award winner of the 'Best Local Builder or Traditional Craftsperson' category for North Kesteven District Council was Nocton's own resident, Paul Goy.
More information on the national and regional scheme.
Site at Hodgson Close, off Wellhead Lane, Nocton
Permission for access was granted by Paul beforehand - he very kindly gave me a tour of his site and left me to take the photographs you can see below.
|Plate 1 - Access to Hodgson Close|
|Plate 2 - Landscaping the frontage|
|Plate 3 - Landscaping the beck with wildflower and grasses|
|Plate 4 - Large gardens to the attractive rear aspect|
|Plate 5 - Plot 1 - front elevation|
|Plate 6 - Plot 1 - rear elevation|
|Plate 7 - Plot 1 - side elevation with sunroom|
|Plate 8 - Plot 2 - front elevation|
|Plate 9 - Plot 2 - rear elevation|
|Plate 10 - Plot 3 - front elevation|
|Plate 11 - Plot 3 - rear elevation|
|Plate 12 - Plot 3 - beautiful stonework on display|
The planning reference number for this development is 16/0101/FUL and the plans and diagrams can be viewed on the North Kesteven District Council planning site.
You can also view related previous blogs dated 14th December 2015, 27th August 2016 and 17th December 2016.