Bespoke Living in Bracon Ash

On the edge of Bracon Ash, a small picturesque rural village, just six miles from the historical cathedral city of Norwich in Norfolk sits Long Four Acres.

Blending Architecture with Nature’s Bounty

Studio Bark Architects has been granted planning permission to design a water-powered home for its owners to live off the land.

Turning a Dream Timber Project into a Reality

If you’ve made the decision to design, plan and build your own home, one of the first considerations is the building material.

Victorian Vibes: A Dream Home Makeover

Rebecca Johnson takes us on a captivating journey through the transformation of her Victorian flat.

Preparing for a Rainy Day

Turrou Landesmann from online building products retailer Drainage Superstore provides some pro tips for choosing, installing and maintaining guttering systems.

Case Studies

Project Inspiration

Contracts and Legalities

Stacy Eden, Partner, Head of Property and Construction at national audit, tax, advisory and risk firm, Crowe, explains how will this impact on the property industry.
In 2016, new legislation came into force which meant that councils now have a duty to grant planning permission to appropriate serviced plots as part of the ‘Right to Build’ entitlement. This was part of the government’s solution to tackling housing shortages across the country – the objective was to double the value of the custom and self-build...
This month, Stephen Malkin, Associate at Whiting & Partners, discusses your financing options when building your dream home.
The cost of refurbishing a property or constructing a new build can be significant. However, tax relief is often available for certain expenditure on non-residential property.The term ‘non-residential property’ includes furnished holiday lets and staff accommodation. Here, Jodie Tarbin of Whiting & Partners explains more.