Wild Farm, Radlett
DLA is pleased to announce that we have obtained planning permission and listed building consent for the erection of extensions at Wild Farm in Radlett.
Wild Farm is washed over by the Green Belt and set within 1.8 hectares of historic grounds; the main building is Grade II listed and is an unusual example of a Palladian-inspired farmhouse, likely built in the early 19th century. The property is also associated with the medieval moated manorial site to the east. Wild Farm also became the residence of the Superintendent of the former Harperbury Hospital.
Following pre-application submissions and consultations with Essex Place Services, this application was designed to reflect and incorporate previous detailed design advice in a manner appropriate to respond to the design and character of the listed building. The successful grant of permission ensures that sympathetic repairs and restoration of the listed building can take place, ensuring the longevity of the site.