A disused single storey printer shop had been sadly neglected and was blighting an otherwise well maintained semi-urban area. I was therefore commissioned to build a new, two-bedroom detached dwelling on the site. Although the property was to be largely in keeping with the local aesthetic, there was considerable room for modernisation in this project, and so a clean, contemporary look could be achieved without seeming out of place in the locale.
The design comprised an open plan layout on the ground floor, featuring a Kitchen/Dining and front Living room, whilst the two upstairs bedrooms and sanitary facilities give the property scope for both couples and families. Although a relatively small budget build, the property nonetheless evokes a sense of quality and modernity in an up and coming area.
All of the required drawings and consultations for this House were provided in order to gain Planning and Building Regulation Consents.
Over the years, I have had repeat work from this client including:
Haymen Street: New store building for a plant and machinery
Industrial Avenue: New build for offices and industrial units
Luton Road: The conversion of five properties into 14 one and two-bedroom flats, with an extension to the corner shop that includes parking and amenity space for residents
Toronto Road: The conversion of a disused shop and office into individual one-bedroom flats with additional side extensions for two additional one-bedroom flats
Matts Hill Road: Five-bedroom detached dwelling and quadruple Garage in the Countryside and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Luton Road: New build for a two-bedroom dwelling in lieu of a disused commercial unit