We are pleased to be working with Eastbourne Homes Limited on this project. Works will begin with the demolition of the existing houses before moving onto the design and construction of 12 traditionally built flats. To ensure sufficient natural light is provided to the rooms in the roof numerous dormers are being provided.
We are currently working with Giarti Architects and SWP Engineers to construct thirty four new dwellings for Raven Housing Group. The project includes the demolition of a number of existing buildings. The new dwellings include twenty, 1 or 2 bedroom flats and fourteen, 2 bedroom timber frame houses.
Works also include soft and hard landscaping to the areas surrounding the new properties.
We are proud to be working on the design and construction of forty four residential units made up of twenty two houses and twenty two flats for Crawley Borough Council. The properties vary in sizes from two bedroom flats up to four bedroom houses, including one flat built for wheelchair users.
The build consists of five blocks of timber framed terrace houses and four blocks of flats, including all related drainage, highways infrastructure and landscaping works.
We are currently working alongside Architects; Morgan Carn Partnership, Structural engineers HOP and the European retail real estate investment manager Redevco. Where together we are forming a new landmark between The Lanes, North Laine, The Commercial Quarter and the iconic Brighton Pier.
In transforming the former Hannington’s Department store into a new retail and leisure area we will be creating a new lane, and new entrance to the historic Lanes shopping area from North Street, as well as redeveloping a number of the existing buildings to provide new and exciting shops, restaurants and cafes, with the development completed by the construction of nine new two storey apartments and courtyard.
The design will also reveal Pugets Cottage, thought to be one of the oldest buildings in the area for the first time in over 230 years, having been hidden behind the shops on North Street.