Richard Every Architect Ltd  believe all good projects start off with a good relationship. We listen to your aspirations and provide you with assistance to enable you to achieve your dream. At the initial meeting we help you to develop your brief and establish the services you require from us. This may be a full service from start to completion or a partial service to suit your needs. From small extensions to new houses or barn conversions. Apartment or mixed-use developments, Housing layouts and site plans.

House Extensions

  • Rear Extension, Croston

    Lying within the Croston Conservation Area. This self-build client required a rear extension to include kitchen and entertaining space opening up onto a patio barbecue area.

  • Rear extension, Rufford

    The client required a rear extension and kitchen with utility and wc as part of a major refurbishment of the property. The replacement of the flat roof to the garage with a dual pitched roof provided additional storage.

  • New bedroom, Rufford

    The client required an extension above the kitchen to provide a master bedroom. Opening up the kitchen and dining area to form a space for entertaining. The site was in close proximity to a canal and a well established boundary of beech trees. Investigations of ground conditions and existing foundations was required.

  • Rear extension, Maghull

    The client required a rear extension to open up the living room and kitchen into the garden area.

  • Wet room extension

    An extension that would be implemented under permitted development .The elderly clients required a wet room extension in order to future proof their home.

  • Conversion of garage into bedroom, Tarleton.

    The client required two extensions, one to front extending garage and porch area to provide a ground floor bedroom and shower area. The rear extension to provide family room off the kitchen.


Barn conversion Ulnes Walton

The barn was originally used to house feed and provide shelter for animals, particularly dairy cows when the dairy was in use. The decline in dairy farming on the site resulted in the barn and dairy becoming largely redundant. The deterioration in the building fabric had reduced the buildings ability to store items safely and securely and the stability of the building was at risk. The site lies within the Green Belt.

The client requirements included the conversion of the barn into two 4 bed dwellings to a high standard with a level of insulation well above the current standards and to satisfy the requirements of the Lifetime Homes.