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Class Q Homes

Class Q Permitted Developments allows our Leicestershire architects to take on redundant or unused agricultural buildings and transform them into functional and aesthetically striking domestic properties.

The parameters in which our Class Q developments can take place within are very strict. It takes an experienced and talented design team, such as ourselves, to not only gain approval for these Class Q permitted developments, but to also design and build the project in order to maximise the potential of the barn, stable or other agricultural building and to suit the needs and design ideas of the client.

At Natural Structures, we work extremely closely with our clients, helping them turn their ideas of a barn conversion into a reality whilst maintaining all guidelines and criteria.


Turn Your Dream Barn Conversion into a Reality

If you’re ready to start developing designs for your rural home, get in touch with our team of architects today. Based in Leicestershire, at Natural Structures we can help in attaining the planning permission and the go-ahead on your Class Q home, ensuring that all guidelines are met before designing your contemporary barn/agricultural house to make a home.

Get in touch today to start discussing your ideas – call 01858 545518 or 07970 557 992 to speak to us directly, or send an email to Alternatively, you can leave us a message using the online contact form.

Class Q Home Case Studies

As with all of our architectural developments, our Class Q home projects utilise a range of naturally sourced materials, such as French oak and stone as well as incorporating some of the original features of the agricultural building.

Our Leicestershire architects are highly experienced in transforming these disused buildings into warm, comfortable, residential properties, combining modern architectural ideas with the character and charm that the original structure possesses.

Check out our recent Class Q home developments below:  

·         Modern Rustic Class Q

·         Modern Class Q (as published in Pride)