The owner was living in a timber-framed house built in the 1930's and wanted more space to accommodate a growing family. No mortgage funding was available to extend the current home as the structure was deemed to be at the end of its useful life. The owner was left with no choice but to demolish the existing property and build a new home.
|Principal Contractor:||JD commercial Builders Ltd. The Workshop, Maxfield Lane, Three Oaks, TN35 4JN|
|Project:||A three-bedroomed detached house: two storey with a room in the roof. The internal layout needed to accommodate family living, including a large kitchen and study. the house had to sit within the footplate of the original structure|
|Value:||A budget of £200,000 was allowed for the demolition of the existing building and construction of the new home|
|Architects:||Steve Fassey, Pump House Designs, the Green, Seddlescombe, East Sussex, TN33 0QA|
|Aircrete contractor:||Masonry Frame Systems, Middlefield Lodge, Olantigh Road, Wye, Kent, TN25 5EP.|