Stuart was on site yesterday to visit the works at our replacement dwelling project on the outskirts of harrogate. The windows are now in and the exterior of the project is looking a lot more complete, with external lighting, downpipes and window flashings complete. Inside the boarding out for the plaster is well under way and the internal spaces are becoming a lot more visible. We cant wait for the next step and finishing items to start going in.
The stone plinth is now complete and looks great. The timber frame at first floor level is also complete and ready to be clad in a standing seam Pigmento Brown Zinc by VMZinc. When walking round the dwelling we now get a feeling of the impressive double height and vaulted spaces with equally impressive views out over the surrounding countryside. M&E first fix is progressing well. Next job is the window installation.
Shaw & Jagger are delighted to announce planning permission has been granted for a contemporary replacement dwelling on the outskirts of Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The scheme replaces an existing three bedroom house and associated outbuildings with a stone and Cor-Ten house. The building sits on the exiting footprint at the edge of a hillside and provides accommodation and garages for the client. The design uses Cor-Ten to create a striking upper section to the design that the client was very keen on as the material will constantly change throughout the lifetime of the building. The Clients are keen to get started and the existing building is currently being detailed for construction. Watch this space for updates as the build commences.
Planning permission has recently been granted for a replacement dwelling in Achnaha, Scottish Highlands.