When doing a barn conversion, people usually choose to retain the charm and essence of the barn and not simply turn it into a regular home, and we share the same feeling.

With this concept in mind, the work done on all the elements of the barn, such as internal elements, doors, windows will also have to comply with any regulations and requirements from the local planning office.



With a slow housing market that doesn’t show any signs of picking up soon, many people are opting to stay put and extend their existing home, rather than up sticks and move.

This may seem like a great idea and a good way to save both money and time, but before you jump in and start buying breeze blocks to get started on that house extension, there are a few things you need to consider.


We all know that the kitchen is the heart of the home, nevertheless the majority of us don’t actually have our dream kitchen – yet. More often than not the one thing we all want in our kitchens is space, and no, for most people that doesn’t accumulate to moving home. In fact, kitchen extensions are by far one of the most popular home development ventures.