MBL completes contemporary new build housing project in London

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10/12/2019

Michael Brady Ltd. sucessfully completes five new timber frame terraced houses in South London.
 

We constructed this contemporary new build project as a Design & Build project for a client who wishes to have a single point of responsibility for the contract from design to finish. Working alongside Thomas Alexander architects, we  built a row of five modern, light and airy houses. Each property features an open plan kitchen diner and a living room, wrapped around a central courtyard which can be accessed through concertina patio doors from each side. The design of these new build homes works beautifully, giving a natural light source downstairs and seamlessly merging indoor and outdoor space in one. 

In addition to these new two storey terraced houses which have been built on an infill site in South London, we are working as the main contractor with the client to complete another four flats in 2020.

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