Woodland Property Services Ltd
Woodland Property Services Ltd,
31 Moor Street,
WOODLAND DBM (Woodland Property Services Limited)
FAMILY OWNED | PEOPLE CENTRED | FUTURE FOCUSSED
ESTABLISHED IN 1997 BY MATT FEARN | designing, building and maintaining the property assets of public and private clients across all industry sectors throughout the UK.
OUR MISSION | IN EVERYTHING | START EXCELLENT | AIM HIGHER
At WOODLAND we believe there is a better way to do everything. We believe by listening and understanding your needs, and by empowering our people, we can EARN and MAINTAIN your trust, and confidently FULFILL and EXCEED your expectations.
OUR CORE | WE LISTEN | WE INNOVATE | WE DELIVER
WOODLAND is proud to be building and maintaining spaces and places for all future generations.
DESIGN | partnering with architects to listen, understand and realise future sustainable spaces and places.
BUILD | one-off new build projects & housing developments, extensions, regeneration, and refurbishments.
MAINTAIN | void, planned, reactive & cyclical maintenance contracts with 365/24-7 Emergency Cover with an Facility Managment section that covers all of the soft services.
PHASE 1 | BARMOTE CROFT |£350,000
Client: Waterloo Housing Group Limited
Project: 3 PHASED conversions of bedsits, visitor’s accommodation, office and communal areas into seven new 1 bedroom apartments
Images: showing areas during and after the strip-out stage and before restructuring
Petersham Hall Community Centre
Petersham Hall Community Centre
Contract Length: 7 weeks
Woodland were appointed the contractor for this full refurbishment to turn the hall into a functional, well lit venue modernising the building throughout both internally and externally.
The works included, fully fitting PVCU entrance doors with integrated sensor control, double glazing throughout to improve energy efficiency, main hall and stage refit, kitchen and toilet refit with disabled facilities and access, design and upgrade of a complete lighting system installation with the latest LED technology fitted throughout.
The Community Hall is now fit for purpose and provides the community with a functional building with modern, accessible facilities.
MELTON Borough Council
MELTON Borough Council | 2 New build Toilets | £320,000 CASE STUDY
Commercial Contract won under competitive Dialogue
Competitive construction working in a live environment due
RANNOCH CLOSE | DERBY | EXTENSION AND REFURBISHMENT
PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT | DETACHED | £100,000
Newly refurbished and extended detached house in Spondon, Derby
Woodland was appointed the contractor of the extension and refurbishment to turn this 3 bedroom house into spacious 4 bedroom family home with two reception rooms, a utility room, a conservatory, onsite parking for two cars and a full sized garage with an electronic roller door.
SOUTH WITHAM | LINCOLNSHIRE | NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENT | £1,800,000
PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT | DETACHED | SEMI DETATCHED | QUASI-SEMI-DETACHED
homes nestled in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside
HAROLD ROAD was a phased development comprising shared ownership | rental | private
Adopted Road | Design and New Build | Garden Landscaping
PRICED TO BE AFFORDABLE to the local community | a popular development | all properties
SOLD within a month of release
LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL | REFURBISHMENT | REDEVELOPMENT
Grade II listed former Methodist chapel of great local significance. Named after the architect, Joseph Aloysius Hansom, designer of the grand and impressive Birmingham Town Hall, Hansom Hall is better known locally as the Pork Pie.
HANSOM HALL is currently in use as THEATRE | CONFERENCE CENTRE | LOCAL EDUCATION TEACHING SPACE | LIBRARY
REFURBISHMENT | REDEVELOPMENT
Creation of UNIVERSAL ACCESS ENTRANCE FACILITY | ACCESSIBLE TOILET FACILITIES | CAFETERIA | GENERAL REFURBISHMENT OF ALL ADJOINING AREAS
EXPERT WORKS included the restoration of existing Parquet flooring and the formation of an opening between two adjoining buildings to enable access. One of the buildings was listed therefore subject to the standard listed building restrictions.
WORKING IN A LIVE ENVIRONMENT access was marginally restricted and works continued out-of-hours ensuring the minimum disruption and a timely completion.
A modern and universally accessible facility considerately blending original Victorian features with contemporary 21st Century necessities.