In the summer we were appointed to work on alterations to a house in Treligga, on the North Cornish coast.  Set high above the beach at Tregardock the house and its out buildings are built with rough cast rendered stone walls and slate tiled roofs. Over the years the house has been altered and extended resulting it a form that has subsumed the original buildings.  Our proposals, submitted for planning permission this week, seek to reveal the original proportions of the house and out buildings.