New & Commercial Developments
Timber Framed Historic Buildings
Residential New Building
St Bartholomews Church
This ruined Grade II*, C17 church near Buntingford, Leyston, Herts. has not been used for approximately 65 years.
St Bartholomews from above
Flint and brick garage complete prior to commencement of church
The client has gained planning permission to convert the church in to a single dwelling.
As part of the planning application a report had to be provided, indicating the structural repairs required to the fabric and also to indicate the proposed new works for the conversion.
There was no roof to the nave. A new roof structure with integral bedroom accommodation has been constructed. A raised area above s semi-basement gives living accommodation, overlooking the chancel.
Detailed drawings were prepared for Building Regulations.
Archaeology wasaddressed prior to project commencement.
Competion: due 2015
The client: Private Architect: Julian Mamlok, Joyce & Partners Limited, Tunbridge Wells
Super Cycle Hub, Leyton Station
The only two storey Cycle Hub in London.
Christ Church, Southborough
Steel portal framed annex building to church
New House North Tonbridge
New home with:
Partial earth retaining ground floor reinforced concrete structure.
Starnash Farm Granary Conversion
Conversion of timber frame and brick granary buildings into residential.
19 Roedean Way, Brighton
This, probably 1960’s house, overlooking the sea to the west of Roedean School, has had little attention in recent years.
Extension to House in Otford, Kent
Extension to existing house, glazed link and new games room over garages.