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Blog | Developments

17th April 2012

Progress at Last

So much has been going on at the Oast House but only now can we see tangible progress. Block and beam floors are all now completed. The mezzanine floors are now in place in two bedrooms and the spiral staircases are being fitted. All glazing is finished and the decorators have started work. Bathrooms have arrived and the the kitchen arrives in about a weeks time. We are entering the final phase.

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Categories: Developments, Little Halden Oast House, Restoration

24th October 2011

Oast House

​Despite some bureaucratic and technical hitches the restoration is now moving at a good pace. First fix plumbing and electrical works are well under way. Insulation has now been put in place and the dry lining teams are almost finished. Thanks to the recent good weather we were able to restore and paint the cowls and sails using a cherry picker. We now hope to complete the project by Christmas.

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Categories: Developments, Little Halden Oast House, General

20th September 2011

Woodfield House Update

​The owners of Woodfield House have kindly let us take some internal photos of the property, and we have selected those which we hope highlight the quality of our work. External photos will be completed when additional landscaping work is completed. All we then need  is sunny weather  for some decent photos.

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Categories: Developments, Woodfield House, General

4th July 2011

Atcost Barn Removed and English Oak Arrives

​Now the Atcost barn has been removed the site opens up and looks less cluttered. The new oak has arrived and we can continue to restore the older sections of roof and put in new floor joists. The original part of the building dates back to the 14th century and the roof joists need some TLC. One part of the wall was bowing out and we have had to carefully dismantle this and rebuild it using the original bricks, in addition most of the exterior walls have been re pointed. The flooring and stud work are now moving a pace thanks to the good weather.

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Categories: Developments, General, Planning, Restoration

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