New recruits and roles at Base
As Base continues to go from strength to strength, we've undergone a significant restructure to support our long-term strategy for growth.
Gaining planning permission to build a new home in the countryside can be a challenge so we're delighted that the story of our client's successful Paragraph 55 project (now known as Paragraph 79) features in the latest edition of Build It magazine.
The six-page feature tells the story of the Jones' journey from planning to completion and useful hints on how to manage your own Paragraph 55 build.
A scheme we have been working on to deliver a number of new homes specifically designed and constructed for disabled people has been given planning consent.
The three two-bed dormer bungalows in Waters Upton near Telford will offer fully disabled access and meet the Government criteria for accessible and adaptable homes. There are only a very small number of these properties in existence in the borough.
Base is delighted to have secured planning permission for our client, William Fishwick & Son Ltd, to develop two high-end four bedroom family homes in one of Chester's prime residential areas.
The scheme at Curzon Park will include the demolition of an existing house and the build of a pair of new properties designed to capitalise on the stunning location and its sweeping river views.
We have made several new appointments to support our long-term strategy for growth.
Jack Harris and James Smith have taken up roles as Part 2 Architectural Assistants. They will work across our range of public and private sector projects with Jack based in Shrewsbury and James in Chester with architect Abigail Owen.