We are very proud to be working with the Wildwood Trust in Canterbury, constructing new timber enclosures (with inter-connecting tunnels) for their conservation programme to increase breeding capacity for the protected Pine Marten species. For more information on this conservation project, visit the Trust’s website.
New Project - Hollands Avenue, Folkestone
Our in-house teams will be working around the clock to undertake extensive repairs to this family home that was dangerously struck by lightning whilst the residents inside were sleeping. Remedial works include new ceilings and decorations to all upstairs areas, as well as electrical re-wiring where the wall plates were blown off the wall by the force of the strike. We hope to get the family back into their newly refurbished home as soon as possible.
New Project - Warwick Road and Hurst Road, Ashford
We are very pleased to have been appointed to deliver these two refurbishment schemes for much-valued client Ashford Borough Council, our third current project for the Local Authority. The two existing, semi-detached properties will be reconfigured and refurbished to form in each dwelling, two, one-bedroom self-contained apartments.
On-site works will commence mid-January 2024, with a 4-month programme to conclude and will be delivered by our approved supply chain partners, in-house specialist teams, as well as making full use of our internal joinery and glazing divisions to benefit the project.
New Project - Wear Bay Crescent, Folkestone
On behalf of a private client, we have been appointed to reconfigure this town house property (currently divided into two dwellings), back to its former single residence status. Our internal Park Farm Joinery department will be manufacturing a new staircase to facilitate the change in layout, with works set to complete at the end of January 2024.
We are delighted to be able to support the amazing work of the Pilgrims Hospice once more, after the festive season through the collection of Christmas trees. Our in-house teams will be on hand after the break and we are all very proud to be part of this extremely worthwhile fundraising initiative.