Converting old buildings into modern apartments is an opportunity to extend the useful life of an attractive building and retain a piece of heritage.

We have done a number of major conversions, of which we are very proud.

This was originally built in the late 1840's as a Rackets Court (rackets is a traditional game, combining elements of tennis and squash), and later used as a warehouse/store in Worcester. We converted it to 14 modern apartments with parking - more information

This Victorian boot & shoe factory was more recently used by Worcester College. In the heart of Worcester, close to the Cathedral, the development was particularly complex and demanding. It includes 17 apartments in a 5 storey building, serviced by a lift, with a conversion of the rera original stable block to 6, 2-storey Mews Homes, togther with 7 work-from-home offices in the lower ground floor of the main building - more information

This small development in Worcester was based on the conversion of what was originally a Victorian Doctor's Surgery, and latterly accountant's offices, with a new build extension - more information