Yew Tree Farm


We were approached by our clients Dovebury Developments Limited in 2015 to look at the Yew Tree Farm site in Nailstone: a former working farm consisting of an existing 19th Century farmhouse and single storey brick barn plus a number of more recent steel frame agricultural buildings.

Cottage Row, Range Road

New semi-detached homes on Cottage Row, Range Road, Ashby de la Zouch

Ashby de la Zouch

Cottage Row is a development of four semi-detached homes built on part of the former Ashby de la Zouch Cottage Hospital grounds. Lychgate Homes acquired the site in 2017 following the hospital’s closure some years earlier.

Mixed-Use Development in a Conservation Area

Pear Tree Mews, Breedon, award-winning development from David Granger Design

Breedon on the Hill

Pear Tree Mews is a mixed-use development on a brownfield site in the heart of Breedon on the Hill, set in the village conservation area on the grounds of a listed building.


Housing development in Ashby de la Zouch designed by David Granger Architectural Design

Ashby de la Zouch

This small development of 3 four bedroom properties sits on a prominent site in Ashby de la Zouch, previously occupied by a nursing home; a substantial Victorian building which had fallen into disrepair.

The Old Cow Sheds


As suggested by the name, this development replaces a set of dilapidated farm buildings and a small paddock.

240 Highfield St.


A former bungalow with large gardens, we worked closely with the developer and Local Authority to achieve Planning Permission for the demolition of the existing bungalow and erection of 9 new build dwellings.

Fountain Gardens


Situated on Main Street in the former mining village of Swannington, The Fountain was originally constructed as a house for a colliery manager before operating for over 100 years as a public house.

Bridge Street

Barrow on Soar

Situated on an elevated sloping site, the plot is bounded by residential development to the East and West and a railway line to the North.

Blake Close

Barrow on Soar

Started in 2007 by accessing the site via the garden of number 105 Cotes Road, the existing house was refurbished and extended.