We are pleased to announce that we are working alongside Oxford University Development, a joint venture between Oxford University and Legal & General, on a new 71 home development as part of a 84 home project for graduate students. The scope comprises the construction of 71 new traditional homes, housing a mix of two and three bed two storey units between Rose Hill and Iffley, south of Oxford.
The project at Arthur Hill Pool in Reading involves the design and construction of 15 new homes, comprising of 1-bed and 2-bed apartments across two blocks and the provision of bicycle and car parking spaces, including demolition & enabling works.
The scope also includes extensive external works including, site roads, footpaths, fencing, screen walling, landscaping, drainage and service connection works.
The Arthur Hill Pool administration building is locally listed and is being retained and refurbished as part of the works.
Sustainability principles are central to the scheme, with zero carbon principles being a key requirement of the delivery.
Feltham Construction have been awarded the contract for the 73 Dwellings in Oxford, we are extremely pleased to be working alongside Oxford City Housing on this scheme.
The project is spilt into 3 sections of works:
Section 1 – Cumberledge Close: Works at Cumberledge Close will comprise of the design and construction of nine, three storey houses, together with associated drainage and external works. All houses on this site will be for social rent.
Cumberledge Close is now complete
Section 2 – Elsfield Hall: On this site will be the design and construction of 26 residential apartments, in a three storey block, as well as communal areas. All units are to be a mix of social rent, shared ownership and private sales. This scheme also involves the construction of a new site entrance, car parking and security fencing.
Elsfield Hall is due for completion beginning of July.
Section 3 – Between Towns Road: This site will provide 35 residential apartments, in a five storey block, including communal areas, in additional this scheme also includes the construction on three, three storey houses. All units on site are to be a mix of social rent, shared ownership and private sale. Off site works includes paving and landscaping works to site entrance and footpaths to Between Towns Road.
Between Towns Road is due for completion beginning of August.
Park Reach is a brand-new scheme of fourteen high quality private apartments, built over 3 floors for Feltham Properties, the development arm of the group.
The development features a range of one and two bed apartments, with a high specification finish and allocated parking. The development has been designed with excellent energy efficiency, including a large roof mounted solar array that will provide power to the building and also provide electricity to the onsite car charging points.
This is the third Feltham Properties Scheme in Newbury with more Projects in the pipeline for 2021.
SOHA Housing is an award winning, community-based housing association working in and around Oxfordshire. They provide homes for affordable rent and shared ownership for people who prefer to rent or are unable to afford rent or buy in the private sector.
Feltham have been working in partnership with SOHA Housing for over 15 years and completed over 20 projects with them building over 150 dwellings to date.
The scope comprised of the design and build of 4 new residential dwellings with garages, for open market sale.
The new homes were built in a compact plot, surrounded by other housing developments and were a mix of 3 x 3 bed houses and 1 x 4 bed house.
Rose Hill is a residential area situated in Oxford. The road is part of a historic route from Oxford to London via Henley, running parallel to the river Isis (Thames).
The project at Rose Hill comprised the design and build of 43 affordable apartments and includes enhanced environmental features that were demanded by Building Regulations such as additional renewables and improved fabric U-values to meet the Clients criteria.
The development consisted of two separate 3-storey blocks providing a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom flats. 25 of these dwellings will be for shared ownership at Desborough Crescent and the remaining 18 for social rent at Ashurst Way.
The works at Woodlands Farm were for a private client and were carried out with the end user very much at the forefront of our minds. The works comprised of 3 different sections: Conversion of an existing office into residential dwellings, the construction of a new commercial office unit and the construction of 2 new residential units, all surrounding a central courtyard.
External works included landscaping and site wide infrastructure.
The site was named after the inventor of Scalextric, Fred Francis whose factory was located close by the development. Fred’s widow and two daughters attended the launch of the site and were present on completion to hand over the keys to the first family moving in to a brand new wheelchair accessible house.
Works comprised of the construction of a 38 dwelling development at Fred Francis Close of Kinsgclere Avenue in Havant for Portsmouth City Council. The scheme included 30 x 3 and 4 bedroom family homes together with 8 x 2 bedroom apartments together with associated roads, sewers and a large central play area.
The units are of traditional construction with brick and block cavity walls, constructed under a JCT Design and Build Contract 2011.
Development commenced in July 2017 with off-site highway enabling works followed by the main site works in September 2017. Handover of the complete development took place in early April 2019 with all units occupied in April / early May.
For over 20 years Housing Solutions have been providing good quality, affordable homes to rent and buy across the South East of England.
Brill House is one of two key schemes Feltham Construction have worked on with Housing Solutions, the other being Warren Close.
This project comprised of the design and construction of four, 3-bedroom houses and four, 2-bedroom houses.
In addition, a 2-storey block containing 6 HMO (house in multiple occupation) units was also included on the scheme. The structure was built with a communal kitchen, dining area and lounge on the ground floor, as well as five 1-bedroom assisted living flats, including a separate bedroom area for staff accommodation.