Current Projects



Grays High Street

New build mixed use development. Refurbishment and extension of the existing Public House to provide a new A3/A4 bar & restaurant development over 3 levels. New build apartment development comprising 35 units over six levels with lower ground parking and service areas.

New build B1 office unit at upper ground floor level integrated within the new build apartment development. Raised communal landscaped gardens


Smiths Farm

New development of 258 new build Houses and 42 Apartments including new Extra Care centre.


Tyssen Street

New 7 Storey mixed use development with new grade 3 basement on constrained inner city development. This project consists of 19 new apartments and 631m2 of office space.
Concrete framed superstructure with basement raft designed to minimise impact on adjoining Cross Rail Tunnel.


Harrow Hub

Conversion of existing 8 storey concrete framed office building with 2 levels of basement car park into 60 new apartments incorporating gym and health centre. Works include new entrance lobby, reframing works to central cores, new glazing and cladding works.
Alterations also include part demolition upper plantroom and additional  of 2 lightweight floors to the top of the building

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New build large private house  built on secluded and constrained site surrounded by mature vegetation.

New build incorporates system build of a thermally efficient timber framed building founded on piled foundations.




New build development of 8 bespoke Executive Houses built on constrained Brownfield site using traditional construction.


Windmill Road - Chiswick

New build luxury Residential development consisting of 6 new Townhouses- 4No, built over new basement adjacent to Highway with 2 further town houses within rear courtyard parking area.


Ware Road - Hertford

New build development of units, Scheme consists of 2 blocks.
Block 3 - 4/5 storey block comprising 39 flats constructed using traditional construction over and RC podium slab and basement supported on piled foundations abutting  an existing  building.
Block 4 -This 4 storey block comprising 46 flats  constructed using traditional construction supported on piled foundations.


Aythorpe Roding

New build development of 11 luxury dwellings. Scheme consists of houses built using traditional masonry on Piled foundations.

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Kilnwood Phase 1C

New build development of  46 units, Scheme consists of a range of large detached and semi-detached houses constructed on piled foundations.

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Blackhorse Road

Scheme consists of 123 Detached and Semi Detached Houses and  2No 3 storey apartment blocks each  containing 18 no  flats in each.

 Wherry Road  

Wherry Road

New build development of  41 units, built over a ground floor car park area. The building is constructed as a concrete frame with provision for flood compensation within the car park area.

Barnet College

New build development contains 397 units split with 74 traditional houses, 3no 3 storey traditional flat blocks containing 21 units, with 4no larger blocks ranging in height from 4 storeys to 9 stories containing 302 units.

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Beeches Road

New build development of 46 units constructed on brownfield site in Chelmsford.

Paragon Heights

New build mixed use scheme comprising 131 apartments 3000 sq ft  of Retail accommodation and basement car park. Development spread across 4 buildings ranging from 2 storey to 18 stories in height.



 South Park

 New build development of 95 Houses and 36 Apartments.



Orsett Hall

New build mixed use extension to luxury hotel and function venue including basement leisure suite comprising new swimming pool, Jacuzzi, treatment rooms etc



2 Station Court
Radford Way
CM12 0DZ
Tel : 01277 314 455

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