blog: various projects progressing well on site

It’s been pleasing to see a number of our projects developing well on site during recent weeks. Our contemporary, bespoke new house in East Morton, near Bradford, is progressing nicely following the recent planning approval from Bradford Council. The ground works, slab and walls below ground have now been completed, and the stone and rendered walls will be started this week. We were appointed to provide a full architectural service for this project, and will therefore be undertaking several site visits and uploading regular updates to our blog during the coming months.

The contemporary new house in East Morton, next to the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, takes shape

Another of our projects, which is the refurbishment and extension of The Spite P.H. near Otley, Leeds, is rapidly progressing, with the main shell building works nearing completion. Again, we were appointed to provide a full architectural service for this project (as well as interior design & project management) and feel fortunate to have been involved in such a lovely project in the manner which we have been. The image below shows the interior of the main extension, with the feature timber trusses and reclaimed brick internal walls clearly visible.

The attractive reclaimed brick walls and timber trusses which will be a predominant feature of the new restaurant extension at The Spite P.H.

The main extension has reached a stage where the bulk of the roof has been formed, along with the extent of the sun terrace. We are very much looking forward to seeing the effects of the stone treatment following completion, as this will hopefully create a much more seamless blend between new and existing. The existing stone has been weathered over the last 100 or so years, and the intention is to treat the new stone so that it blends in and looks weathered.

The sun terrace and main extension shell works nearing completion.

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