|Shopfront, Trafalgar Street, Brighton|
Inner city projects within a Conservation area are often awkward to realise. This is because the shop owners' needs are often not the same as those of the Local Authority.
We were brought in to work on the scheme when the Client began having Planning problems for the insertion of an ATM cash machine into the shop front and slight confusion as to the planning requirements. With our Planning and Conservation experience we were involved in many discussions with Client and Conservation Department to achieve a middle ground that satisfied both parties.
In conclusion the scheme includes the required ATM, positioned aesthetically to the street scheme and the shop front; windows, stall riser, door and box signage all detailed proportionally and appropriately to the period style of the original.
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