Bell Lane, Lewes

Bell Lane is the development of a large residential block consisting of 7, 4 bed three storey houses and 7 apartments. The houses are built on top of a previous car park. The underground carpark section has been retained for parking for the dwellings.

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Kingsthorpe, Hove

Contract Value: £1.5m
Number of Dwellings: 9
Number of offices: 1

This housing and mixed used development comprises of 9, 3-storey dwellings, and 1, 3-storey office unit. The houses run parallel with the road, with parking located between the long terrace of houses and another semi-detached set. The office unit was located at the end of the run, also aligning the road. The dwellings make good use of the site and each include for a 2nd floor terrace, front and back garden spaces. The site is located close to a railway line so sound transference was a element that had to be designed into the scheme.

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Coachworks, Blackboys, Sussex

Contract Value: £1.4m
Number of dwellings: 10

The Coachworks in Blackboys is a sustainable development and has many interesting features. The houses are clad in cedar timber, with a brick plinth. Above all the development incorporates solar panels for on site power generation. Additionally the roofs are a-symmetrical to utilises the south facing pitch for the photovoltaic panels. The majority of the houses are hidden from the main road behind the front facing houses.

Beechwood, Heathfield

Contract Value: £1.8m
Number of dwellings: 10

Housing development located in Heathfield, East Sussex, on the site of Beechwood house. This development optimises the number of dwellings on the tight, awkwardly shaped site. The houses reflect the local traditional vernacular, using brick and tile facades in a sympathetic approach to local housing.


Western Road, Haywoods Heath

Contract Value: £2m
Number of dwellings: 13
Number of offices: 1

This mixed use development includes 13 houses and 1 office and is located in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. This development is located on a particularly tight site, and optimises the number of dwellings possible. The houses reflect the local traditional vernacular, using brick and tile facades in a sympathetic approach to local housing. The development uses timber framing methods making for a low embodied energy development.

Coles Yard, Kent

The considerate development of a brownfield site in Monkton, Kent. This development looked to utilise the old builders yard to create a development aimed at local residents and helping people to get on the property ladder or for those down sizing or retiring. The site comprises of 19 houses and a purpose made 18 bedroom retirement facility with flats and amenities. The houses vary from 2 bed terraced houses up to 3 bed larger detached houses, catering for local residents. The retirement flats and facility surround a planted courtyard with ponds.

Fern Close, Frant

Fern close is located just outside of Tunbridge Wells and comprises of 15 houses. The larges of which are over 4 floors and have uninterrupted views of the county side. The site allows for a generous green running down the centre separating two rows of mixed housing from terraced houses, semi-detached and detached houses.

Criers Lane, Five Ashes

Located on a quiet country road in Five Ashes, the two house development is cut into the steep sloping site. The houses are large family homes with large double garages. The rear area and roofs to the garages make up the gardens for the properties and give a stunning view down over the valley. 

Lace House, Brighton

Contract Value: £800k
Completed: 2018
Type: 9 Flats

Lace House, was a sympathetic development steeped in history. Located in Valley Gardens conservation area of Brighton this dilapidated building was given a new lease of life. Culminating in 9 flats with a stunning penthouse, this project came with a few challenges but we are really pleased with the outcome.

Chamfer Houses, Roedean, Brighton

Type: 3 New Build Houses
Completed: 2023
Construction: Modular timber frame construction (MMC)

Chamfer Houses are three, new build, detached, family houses in Brighton overlooking sea views. The construction of these houses were achieved through a timber modular system – Modern Methods of Construction (MMC). We successfully created a new site with three new low-energy dwellings.

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Magham Down, Hailsham

Type: 26 unit retirement bungalows & community center

We are working on an interesting 26 unit retirement bungalow and community facility scheme in Magham Down, Hailsham. A truly sustainable approach is at the core of our designs and will be delivered entirely via Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and powered by renewable energy sources resulting in a hugely reduced carbon footprint compared to a traditional construction approach.

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