Our clients have lived in their Grade II Listed cottage in a small hamlet in Staffordshire for many years. The rural community is set in its own parish and is designated as a conservation area by Staffordshire County Council. The property is a typical modest early 19th century Grade II listed farmhouse consisting of two storeys. The house has a render finish to the brickwork and screened with ...Read more..
The understated exterior of our client’s new self-build home barely hints at the property’s more contemporary interiors. In fact, it’s a house brimming with design and sustainable innovation, inside and out. In Brief Our client’s property is located within a small traditional village in South Staffordshire only a short drive away from the county town of Stafford. They have lived in their property ...Read more..
In Brief Our client has occupied their mid-19th Century farm house in a small attractive village in Staffordshire for many years. As the family has grown and developed, their lifestyles and living patterns have changed. Although the existing property is particularly generous in terms of size and space, the family circumstances had changed, and they needed extra living space to accommodate older ...Read more..
In brief Client: Stoke-on-Trent City Council Location: Burslem, Stoke on Trent Construction Value: £110,229 Completion Date: May 2015 Form of Contract: JCT Minor Works Building Contract with contractor’s design 2011 (MWD 2011) We were appointed by the Burslem Building Improvement Scheme (Townscape Heritage Initiative phase 3 – THI3) for the restoration and refurbishment of 2-4 Swan Square, ...Read more..