This listed, thatched farmhouse needed complete restoration, back to bare brick, joists and floorboards.

With attention to detail throughout, and requiring specialist trades and materials to ensure approval from the Conservation inspectors, the team have turned this delightful building in the heart of a Cambridgeshire village into a proud example of its type and a welcoming family home.


The conversion of two large historic barns into luxury accommodation incorporation modern innovations like renewable energy underfloor heating and clever positioning of roof lights to improve the usability of inside accommodation.

Listed status drove the selection of sympathetic materials and techniques to achieve approval from conservation officials.


Some lovely warehouse conversions for dwellings and office space. They involved dissecting the building to maximise the space while maintaining the beauty of the fabric of the buildings, breathing new life and purpose into them.

One in particular was a huge challenge, in Shoreditch, over three floors that were above shops and on a red route which gave us a major access challenge.


At the heart of a peaceful village outside Cambridge, the pub had been sadly neglected and needed refurbishment inside and to make its outdoor space usable for events and parties.

We also worked with the thatchers to ensure the new roofing work was fully in keeping with the property and extended to the iconic pub ‘sign’, all completed in a short period of time to ensure the new landlord could move in and open for business in the shortest possible time.