Cobbett Place, Guildford

Cobbett Place is located moments away from central Guildford, with easy access to the town centre, Guildford and London Road train stations, local bus routes and other great local amenities.

The scheme consisted of the construction of 3 x 4-bedroom townhouses and 9 x 1 and 2 bed apartments. The contemporary style townhouses are built over 4 floors and each include an integral garage and rear garden space.

The stylish apartments are designed with open plan living space and come with allocated private parking.

Cardew Court, Bracknell

Cardew Court is located close to Bracknell town centre, with Bracknell Railway Station, which provides services between Reading and London Waterloo, just a short walk away.

This project comprised of the design and construction of 37 new apartments at the Adastron and Byways development. Works started with the demolition of existing Byways area and the general site clearance.

The new development provides 28 x 2-bedroom and 9 x 1-bedroom apartments for shared ownership, through Thames Valley Housing Association.

Access, car parking, landscaping and mains services were also included within the scope of works.

Alfred Street Lincoln College

Alfred Street, Oxford

Lincoln College has completed the latest step in its project to expand city-centre student accommodation, acquiring the highly coveted property of 120-121 High Street.

The project consisted of the conversion of the 19th Century Grade II listed property to create 15 modern apartments, with a further storey being added to the property providing two additional penthouse apartments for use by Licoln Students

The project took place adjacent to an occupied live environment, due to the close proximity of the College, residential and working areas, noise played a particularly large part when planning out the works. With close and regular coordination with the College, we arranged our works to avoid sensitive periods within the College day and calendar in order to avoid causing any disruption.


Spelthorne 1, Middlesex

A2 Dominion are a residential property group with a social purpose, they reinvest 100% of their profits into building new homes, managing existing homes, and supporting local communities.

The Spelthorne 1 construction took place over 3 sites, 3 houses at Kingston Crescent, 4 houses at Allen Road and 5 apartments in Hawthorne Way. As a result of the successful progress of these schemes Feltham negotiated a further phase of 4 units. All the sites were previously garage sites, works included demolishing the existing garages on site and the construction of the new residential dwellings.

The houses and apartments were constructed using a traditional masonry solution, with PV installed on the roof in order to meet Local Authority requirements for renewable energy.

Victoria House Cheltenham

Victoria House, Cheltenham

Victoria House is located in St James’ Square, Cheltenham. It is a Grade II Listed Building built between 1834-1850. The project comprised of converting it into 8 luxury residential apartments.

Feltham fully appreciated and understood the historic sentiment of the building, knowing there were a number of assets that needed to be preserved, such as cornices and doors skirting. As a result, specialist subcontractors were employed to carry out specific works that complimented and maintained the historic aspects of the building and the surrounding local areas. Strict polices were implemented to ensure the historic elements of the building were not compromised.

Warren Close Finchampstead

Warren Close, Finchampstead

The Wokingham Area Housing Society is a small charitable trust which provides a service to the Wokingham community, focusing on offering affordable accommodation for those who wish to live independently over the age of 55 years.

The project at Warren Close comprised of the demolition of 15 existing flats and the design and construction of 24 new purpose built maisonettes, together with associated infrastructure and drainage works for the site.

This scheme was carried out for a collaboration with WAHS and Housing Solutions and required the need to design and complete the works whilst protecting the extensive mature line of trees fronting the scheme. A close working relationship with the Tree Officer was developed and the use of an existing culvert allowed access/egress to and from site.

Wimpson Lane Maybush Road

Wimpson Lane, Southampton

Aster Homes are an ethical housing developer and landlord that exists to benefit society. They own and maintain over 29,000 homes and provide housing, care and support services to 75,000 customers.

This new development was built on the former site of The Bush Inn pub in Southampton. Following the closure of the pub, Aster Homes were granted planning to demolish the old building and create nine new homes on an affordable housing scheme. The development comprised of six houses and three flats. Feltham were contracted after the previous contractor went into receivership at various stages of build. Due to this, the project required intensive risk and design management to be successfully completed.

The development was completed in April 2016 with all properties being occupied immediately.

7-9 Chertsey Road Woking

Chertsey Road, Woking

Woking is a town in northwest Surrey, England. It is at the southwestern edge of the Greater London Urban Area and is a part of the London commuter belt with frequent trains running continuously.

The project at (7-9) Chertsey Road comprised a complete strip out and conversion of the upper parts of a 1970’s commercial office building into 14 flats, which also included an extension to the 5th floor to create 2 penthouse apartments that were formed on a light weight steel structure placed onto the existing roof. The construction was formed without the benefit of any external hardstanding access.

The scope required the replacement of all windows to the façade, as well as an upgrade to the mechanical & electrical services.

Barns Road, Oxford

GreenSquare Group is a major provider of housing, regeneration, care and support and commercial services across Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. We have worked collaboratively with them since 2015 building over 80 dwellings.

Works comprised of the the design and construction of 40 new mixed sale and affordable homes as well as community facilities, including a multi functional community centre and roof top garden for residents. Additionally, a new location was provided for a furniture recycling store that is operated by homelessness charity Emmaus.

This project was awarded the Oxford Preservation Trust Award