The clients for this project were a retired professional couple who commissioned GE Construction to design and project manage a new single storey extension, comprising an oversized single garage and large utility room.We were quickly able to determine that planning permission was not required for the works which was confirmed in writing with Rugby Borough Council. Closely liasing with the clients, plans were drawn up to ensure that their particular and specific needs were met, including natural light tubes to the garage.Additional works involved re-laying a tarmac drive, relocating a manhole, sandstone paving and repairing/repainting the exterior of the house. The whole project was delivered on time and to the complete satisfaction of the clients’ high standards.
This project in Rugby involved an extension and conversion of a former butcher’s shop into 4 well appointed apartments suitable for the rental market. Planning permission was obtained in record time with no objections from the surrounding neighbours.The development required great attention to detail in order for the extension to complement the Victorian character of the original building. This was achieved using matching imperial bricks on the extension, special bricks for the bay window and reclaimed slate on the new roof. The end result was a high quality building which enhanced the appearance of the area. The project was a complete success as a passing local investor bought all 4 flats before they were put on the market.
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