1. 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 […]

  2. Site at London Road, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire Wins Prestigious Award

    • 12 April, 2017
    • News

    We are very proud and delighted to have received the accolade of Silver Award from the Considerate Constructors Scheme 2017 National Site Awards held earlier this month. An influential line-up of industry leading figures presented the UK’s finest construction sites with either Bronze, Silver or Gold Awards, and our project at London Road, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, […]

  3. Further Investment in the future

    • 6 April, 2017
    • News

    Parrott Construction continue to invest in the future and have recently increased their vehicle fleet with the purchase of two new Transit Connect vans. Derek Parrott, Chairman commented “we have a strong order book for 2017/2018 and further investment such as this reinforces our Business Plan to increase our turnover and profitability in a controlled […]

  4. Almshouse Scheme Commences

    Construction has started on a £2.5 million development of 12 bungalows arranged around a central courtyard in Cranfield, Bedfordshire for the James Goodman Almshouse Charity. All of the properties will have disabled access, wet rooms, two good sized bedrooms and other modern facilities, with two of the properties being specifically designed for wheelchair users. The […]

  5. Archaeological Dig on our Site at Sharnbrook

    In order to satisfy a pre-commencement planning condition, our site at Sharnbrook, where we are developing 13 houses and flats to Passivhaus standards for our client Hastoe Housing Association, has recently been the subject of a 15 week long archaeological dig.   Our archaeologists take up the story:- In September 2016 archaeologists working on a […]