November sees a number of new Architectural commissions for us here at Mash Architecture, in the form of various types of house extension across Leeds & Bradford, the raising of a roof on a traditional bungalow to create a two storey dwelling, a multiple extension project in Netherton, near Wakefield, which will be using a combination of two advanced types of building technology – SIPS (Structurally insulated panels) and ICF – (Insulated Concrete Forms) – both of which are speedy to construct, and offer superior insulating and thermal qualities.
We were also delighted to see that our local newspaper in Bradford – The Telegraph & Argus – featured one of our projects in an article this month. We have been involved in the regeneration of The Old Glen Tea Rooms in Baildon for some time, and we have helped our client in significantly improving the premises since he bought the property in 2017. This month we obtained planning permission for a one-bedroom first floor holiday let to be built above the existing tea rooms. We see this as a huge boost for the Shipley Glen area of Baildon, West Yorkshire, which is a very popular beauty spot, particularly for walkers, climbers and families during weekends. Our client is naturally delighted, and we look forward to posting further updates on this, along with our other Architectural projects, in due course.