1. Completion of Cranfield Almshouses

    Last week saw the handover of yet another prestigious landmark building by Parrott Construction. The £2.5 million development of 12 bungalows arranged around a central courtyard in Cranfield, Bedfordshire was completed for our client the James Goodman Almshouse Charity. The bungalows were constructed in traditional almshouse style and the specification of materials used throughout the […]

  2. Derelict Pump Station Transformed

    The residents of Rushden, Northamptonshire were delighted to witness the transformation of the former “Alan Pond Garage” into nine very attractive affordable homes which reached successful completion this week, for handover to our client Grand Union Housing Group. The site was technically challenging; tight in terms of access and working space and the groundworks were […]

  3. HANDOVER OF ASTROP GRANGE, KINGS SUTTON

    On Friday 6th October Parrott Construction were delighted to hand over their project at Astrop Grange in Kings Sutton to their client Grand Union Housing Group. The properties provide ten newly built, elegant, two-bedroomed, Shared Ownership apartments in a traditional style country home on the site of a former Georgian manor house. Combining the very best of […]

  4. Arlesey Homes Completed

    Our project to complete the construction of 43 homes at Hitchin Road, Arlesey was successfully achieved this week when we handed over the keys to our client, leading social housing provider, Stonewater. The houses and flats are a mix of rental and shared ownership and range from units for single occupancy up to three bedroom […]

  5. Historical Almshouse Refurbishment and Extension Project Completed

    This week we handed back to our client, “Julia Norris Almshouses”, four fully refurbished and extended Almshouses located at Church Street, Little Gransden. The eight month project involved many conservation building trades and has produced Almshouses that are traditional and yet very modern. The project included completely overhauling the external fabric of the building, upgrading […]