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Windows go in at Greyfell

The windows are now in at Greyfell! (formerly Old Lodge Barn).  The earlier design time spent positioning windows has really paid off now that the framed views across the countryside have been realised. Externally, the well crafted (and almost complete)

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Introducing the Sheepshed

We’ve recently completed this new-build in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the North Cornish coast. Click here to see more…

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Project in for Planning

We have just submitted a planning application for the remodelling of an existing 1960s bungalow.  The proposal is to entirely transform the existing outdated house into a warm, bright and spacious family home which will be well insulated internally and

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New Year, New Project

We have been working on a new build, low energy family home which is situated on the outskirts of Ledbury in Herefordshire. It is a challenging, wooded location; the site of an old school canteen.  We are using a barn form to keep

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How to Design a ‘Green’ Home

All too often sustainable solutions are used only as a means of reducing energy bills. Charlie reveals how these features could improve the quality of spaces too. For most, the driving force behind building a low-energy home is saving energy

BREEAM Awards 2015

Charlie is hosting this year’s BREEAM Awards at The London Marriott Hotel on 3rd March. The BREEAM Awards celebrate the best in sustainable construction by recognizing the achievements of those involved in specification, design, construction and management of BREEAM certified

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Wrap it Up

Charlie explains why, when looking to create a low-energy, sustainable building, it pays to take the time to research and get the insulation right. When people are approached on the subject of insulation, it’s rarely met with enthusiasm. It’s seen

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