Grazyna Reichel, having been part of the UK team for several years, has recently moved with her family, back to Poland and has set up an office in Gdynia on the Baltic coast. Grazyna will continue to work with us on UK projects from her new base and will also seek for projects in Poland.Read More
We have recently submitted planning and listed building applications for the extension of the Tiger, the grade 2 star listed church hall of All Saints Lindfield. The front part of the building is an exceptionally rare timber frame Wealden house from the end of the fourteenth century and previous extensions date from the sixteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Our proposed addition is intended to provide extra space for the church’s vital youth work.
We are delighted that our Orchard Gardens scheme in Storrington was recently awarded gold in the Best Landscape Design category at the What House? Awards 2015. The judges described it as 'an eloquent scheme sensitively designed and executed within a historic setting', and praised its 'elegant simplicity'.Read More
After a busy summer we have submitted a planning application to Mole Valley Council in the joint names of Bewley Homes and Beechcroft Developments. The proposal includes 50 family dwellings, 35 assisted living units and a 64 bed care home all grouped around a large public open space.Read More
We have recently submitted a planning application on behalf of Beechcroft Developments for 48 retirement dwellings on the site of the former Maryland care home close to the city centre in St Albans.Read More
Thirty years after having first completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk I once again took to the hills earlier this summer for a second go. Having triumphed for a second time I returned to the same pub for a well deserved pint. How time does fly! This was all in aid of Alzheimer’s Society and, with my son, my daughter and my brothers alongside, we raised over £4500 which is wonderful news.Read More
A regeneration proposal, unanimously approved by Thanet District Council on 16 September, will provide the village of Cliffsend near Ramsgate with a radically new type of mixed development combining family housing, community facilities, state of the art accommodation for older people and a base for the provision of outreach care to nearby villages.Read More
The new top floors at Maunsell House are now fully completed on site.
The penthouses have been released for sale.
All other apartments in the development have been purchased and many residents have already moved in.
The construction work at Arthur Street is now fully completed on site.
The rooftop extension for the chairman's suite is in the process of being furnished currently.
The works to the entrance are also now completed.
Marlborough Care Home & Assisted Living Units granted planning permission:
Having successfully completed St Luke’s Court in Marlborough about ten years ago, Richard and the team are currently working on a second scheme in this historic market town. Designs for a care home and an assisted living scheme on Salisbury Road towards the southern edge of the town have recently received planning consent and we are now producing working drawings for an early start on siteRead More
Arthur Street Constuction Update:
The new top floor is now close to being watertight and work is progressing well on site.
Completion of the new chairman’s suite and the refurbished main entrance is expected in the autumn.
Planning permission for 58 retirement units granted at Northiam:
Six years after securing a planning permission on this site for English Courtyard, Richard has now obtained a second planning permission – this time on behalf of Hanover Housing. Tenders are expected back shortly for an early start on site.Read More
Despite the scorching temperatures, not helped by the race start being delayed for 20 minutes, and only crossing the start line 35 minutes after that at about 10.25am, we all survived! We made our way round as fast as our increasingly weary legs would carry us to complete the 10K with big relieved grins all round at the finish – largely due to the promise of an ice cold drink.Read More