North Yorkshire Para 79

An application has been submitted for a 10,000²ft Para 79 house with equestrian facilities, set in over 100 acres, with stunning views across the North Yorkshire Moors.

The architectural concept celebrates the textures created from the local herringbone stone carving technique. The form of the building further explores the use of herringbone facetting, with articulated timber cladding used alongside large glazed windows, that frame distant views across the stunning Yorkshire Moor.

The scheme also cleverly incorporates an anaerobic digestion system, which converts hourse and cattle waste into clean, renewable energy.

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Application Type

The planning application for this unique project has been submitted to North Yorkshire Council for approval under the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) Paragraph 79, which sets out the Government's policy requirements for rural development in the open countryside.

Project Details

Location  
Yorkshire Moors

Designated Area  
Open Countryside

Project Type  
Para 79 - New Build

Internal Floorspace  
930m²

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Front elevation of North Yorkshire, a Para 79 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passivhaus will utilise the very latest renewable technology.
Architects sketch of North Yorkshire, a Para 79 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passivhaus will utilise the very latest renewable technology.
Plan drawing of North Yorkshire, a Para 79 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passivhaus will utilise the very latest renewable technology.
Render of the new sand school at North Yorkshire, a Para 79 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame Passivhaus will utilise the very latest renewable technology.