We have several busy sites in the center of Salisbury and had opportunity last week to visit and see the progress being made. Pennyfarthing House in particular is coming along very well in its transformation from ex-council offices into premium apartments. Alongside the internal alterations, new windows have been installed, roof tiles cleaned and reused, and kitchens are being fitted in the top floor apartments. Keep an eye out for a before and after!
Last week B+P had an office outing to see progress at Faulston Barns. Three of the units have recently been moved into with the three remaining units being prepared for their new owners to move in shortly.
The site is looking great, the mature planting has really brought it to life, and we are really excited to see the professional photographs that are being taken in the next few weeks!
There has been good progress at Headlands over the past few weeks, most noticeably, the tiles are on! Inside the studwork for the bedrooms and bathroom at first floor have been constructed, allowing for the spaces to be understood. We're looking forward to seeing more progress on our next site visit!
Following on from our post last week with updated aerial photos taken by the drone, we are excited to show you some photos of the courtyard and progress internally as the first few units are getting ready for their new owners!
It is clear to see that Bracken has been progressing well since our last update, the new windows, roof tiles and the addition of the stained Douglas Fir cladding have made a huge difference! Internally, the underfloor heating is currently being installed and individual rooms are starting to emerge and in the open plan living space the double height space over the living area is already striking, despite its unfinished form. We are looking forward to making another visit in the next couple of weeks!
The past few months have seen Headlands start to resemble a whole building again! The newly rebuilt gables are now structurally sound and the roof structure and dormers have been constructed, with roofers making progress on preparing for the tiles. Internally, the vaulted first floor enables the finished spaces to be better visualised. Though currently boarded up for safety, once the void space is uncovered the landing and snug will become a lovely area!
There has been so much progress at Headlands in the recent weeks that it is looking almost unrecognisable!
As the ground floor spaces are starting to be realised, at first floor there is hardly anything left! Due to the age of the structure and the building not being watertight for a period of time much of the roof timbers had rotten, and the end gable walls were unsafe. In order to transform the old garage into a structurally sound home the existing roof and end gables are being rebuilt and strengthened. The newly built first floor has also greatly improved the stability of the building. We're looking forward to seeing progress over the next month or so as the new roof structure is constructed!