MBL Converts 9 Grade II Listed Houses



MBL is converting 9 Grade II listed houses into 44 HMOs for key workers at the Royal Brompton Hospital

We're proud to be working on this project. Supporting local communities is in our DNA and key workers are a big part our our communities. 

Onsite, the first fix M&E is currently being completed. The steels have been installed into the basement spanning across all 9 houses, which support the whole building.

As you can see in the photo, the new roof is looking exceptional. We've used new Welsh Slate tiles, which are being installed across the whole roof and will provide the perfect finish to this project.

We look forward to sharing more updates with you as we near completion. 


High End Residential Trends - MBL - Main Contractor London


The high end residential refurbishment and construction sector in the UK continues to grow and so too do the trends within it. Building design, construction methods, materials and consumer preferences are all evolving at a rapid pace, making it an exciting time to be involved in the sector.

MBL Appointed as Main Contractor for QPR Training Facility


As one of London’s leading Main Contractors and with many of our staff passionate supporters of Queens Park Rangers and the English Football League, Michael Brady Ltd are incredibly proud to announce we have been appointed as the Main Contractor for QPR’s new training ground facility in the London Borough of Hounslow.

High End Residential Trends - London Contractors - MBL


As a high end residential contractor in London, we’ve worked on many luxury refurbishment and construction projects over the last 30+ years. The sector is rapidly changing, with the recent pandemic having greatly influenced what clients prioritise and desire.
Below we’ve looked at five recent trends that we expect to continue throughout the rest of 2021 and beyond.  


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