Manor Drive

A modernisation project at Manor Drive, Worthington. Work has recently finished on this project in Worthington, and it was great to work with our clients, the owners of the property.

Leicester Road

Finished Edwardian house extension at night

Ashby de la Zouch

Initially the idea was to have a loft conversion, but after viewing the property and establishing what the client wanted, it was suggested that a single-storey extension to the rear of the property would also be a good option

Extended and Renovated Bungalow

Extension and renovation of a family home

Ashby de la Zouch

This old bungalow had a steeply pitched roof with a single storey flat roof to one side, and a flat roof dormer window to the other. Our clients wanted to extend and update the property.

Grade 2 Listed Building Renovation

Grade 2 listed building renovation and alteration of Prior Park House

Ashby de la Zouch

Prior Park House is a prominent building within the market town of Ashby de la Zouch. It is grade 2 listed and dates back to the 1820s when it was originally constructed as two substantial houses. It has more recently been partly utilised as the main residence for its owner with the remainder rented as flats.

Granny Annexe Extension

Granny Annexe Extension in Hartshorne, Derbyshire by David Granger Architectural Design

Hartshorne, Derbyshire

We designed a granny annexe extension for this property in Hartshorne, which comprised a bedroom, lounge and shower room.

Edwardian House Renovation

Edwardian House Renovation, Ashby, Leicestershire, by David Granger Architectural Design

Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire

This 1907 Edwardian house renovation project required restoration, remodelling and refurbishment to bring it up to date for modern living, taking advantage of the property’s location close to the town centre with open views to Ashby Castle.

Home Remodelling

Syston, Leicestershire

Our clients were looking for home remodelling to create a functional space for practical family living. We achieved this by using steelwork to form a contemporary, open-plan kitchen diner on the ground floor.

The Cottage


The Cottage was believed to have been constructed in approximately 1740.

Measham Road

Ashby de la Zouch

Set in an area of special architectural interest, the original house was built in an Arts and Crafts style.

Hough Hill


This project has featured in several national property magazines and won Best Domestic Extension or Conversion at the East Midlands 2014 LABC Building Excellence Awards.