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House Building: Housing Projects

Clarence Park Mews

2010

Build Cost:  £800,000

Formally a series of offices and storage sheds.  Planning was obtained to develop these units into a series of 5 houses.  Some were single storey and some 2 storey and often in a mixed design of floor areas. 

Each property was unique in its construction and finish as there was little consistancy with the different walls and roofs.  Some roofs were upgraded, some were adapted with cut roof sections and one had a trussed roof design.

We installed oak staircases, modern kitches with quartz worktops and oak flooring to the ground floor areas.

The parking and entrance areas received new blocked paving, feature brick walls and electric entrance gates.

One of the most challenging parts of the project was the planning and duration for getting the Gas & Water utilities upgraded to the plots.  

To view the development brochure click here.

The project was a finalist in the 2013 "St Albans Civic Society" awards and received a commendation as a recognition of the detail and finishes we achieved.   

2011 Civic Society Awards

Architect - Jonathan Tucker

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st albans civic society commendation award for loop construction runners up

Artists impression of the birds eye view of the development.

commencement of loop construction housing development

The commercial buildings before refurbishment commenced.

The new properties under construction.

The completed interior of the courtyard showing the new bespoke curved fencing and block-paved driveway to the gated entrance.

One of the new fitted kitchens which were supplied by Cloisters Design.

The kitchens are all finished to a high specification with integrated AEG appliances.

All the properties include original features such as exposed beams. Gas fires also feature in all of the living rooms

All of the kitchens and bathrooms feature luxury sanitaryware and tiling in a range of styles supplied by Porcelanosa.

New Velux windows have been fitted throughout the properties in order to maximise the light.

Bespoke staircases supplied by Beechwood Joinery

Each plot features individual styling for windows and doors which draw from the original style of the buildings.