Studio Octopi wins planning for green belt pool house

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Listed building status and location made application sensitive

Studio Octopi has won planning for a glass pool house in the grounds of a listed property in the green belt north of London.

The owner of the home, which was built near Gerrards Cross in 1876 and is grade II listed, appointed the architect in early 2017 to replace the current outdoor pool built in 1981. The small building is one of a number of accretions made over the years to the original building.

The project was submitted for planning in September 2017. South Bucks council granted planning permission 15 months later following detailed negotiations and amendments.

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