Housing

Projects | Housing

Project: Johnnie Johnson Housing

Client: Johnnie Johnson Housing

Value: Various

We have worked on numerous sites for Johnnie Johnson Housing including Britannia Mills Mirfield, Heritage and Citadel Stockport, New Mills Derbyshire, Bramley Rotherham, Danum St Giles in Doncaster, Cliffe Bank Rotherham, The Oval Dewsbury and Holly Bank at Huddersfield. All were new build housing sites involving traditional building methods of houses and apartments. Some involved disabled-ready specifications, some involved Secure by Design and all were required to be of a high standard of build. On a number of these sites, we have been asked to also monitor the 12 months defects inspections as a follow-on to our excellent work previously.

Project: Pennywell Development

Client: The City of Edinburgh Council

Value:

We are currently on phase 2 of the 21st Century Homes ambitious plan to regenerate strategic areas of Edinburgh and provide modern housing for local communities. We are the sole Clerk of Works provider on this framework agreement with the City of Edinburgh Council, overseeing a series of projects which will see 1300 new homes built over 10 years. Phase 1 provided a mix of
three and four-storey apartments alongside housing, using modern sustainable timber frame construction. We have built up a strong working relationship and are currently working on a
further 7 housing projects with the Council with many more in the pipeline.

Project: Leith Fort

Client: The City of Edinburgh Council

Value:
Working with City of Edinburgh Council we were appointed to inspect and report on several housing development projects throughout Scotland including the Leith Fort development which is affordable housing in Edinburgh. Our Site Inspectors were appointed to inspect and report on several housing development projects throughout Scotland.

Leith Fort is a mixed-tenure residential development located just north of Edinburgh city centre and it has recently won two prestigious awards. On Thursday 24/05, the Edinburgh Architectural Association granted the 94-home development an award and so did Homes for Scotland the very next day after winning the Large Affordable Housing Development of the Year award. Leith Fort was constructed on behalf of Port of Leith Housing Association and City of Edinburgh Council.

Project: Haig Avenue

Client: Progress Housing Group

Value:

We provided Clerk of Works services on this 20 unit development in Leyland on behalf of Progress Housing Group. The scheme provided a mixture of affordable homes and shared ownership properties.