Resident, Winchester City Council

10 out of 10 for an excellent job carried out by a very good team. Very well done!
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Aubrey Street Hereford

Client: Speller Metcalfe
Value: £26,000
Product(s): Dual-colour uPVC windows and SBD French doors

Nolan Commercial has completed works on 23 affordable homes for Marches Housing Association.

Contracted by Speller Metcalfe to carry out the new build project, our services included the installation of dual-colour, uPVC double glazed windows and Secured by Design French doors to the mix of 13 one- and 10 two-bedroom apartments.

The Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 social housing development achieves an overall u-value of 1.3 with the new windows and doors providing energy-efficient, secure accommodation for people working in the county. Externally the building has been clad in brick, render and rock.

The white internally and grey externally PVCu windows have created a contemporary look and feel and the apartments feature stylish kitchens and balconies with views over the city. The affordable homes will be made available to those working at least 16 hours a week in Hereford city.

The development provides much needed affordable rented accommodation in the county. Previously a car park, the property at Aubrey Street has been named Devereux House after the Devereux family who have held the Viscounty of Hereford since 1550.

Commenting on the new build development, Nobby McBride from Speller Metcalfe, said: “The client specified Profile 22 PVCu and Nolan’s product was competitive and of good quality. The development has provided much needed social housing in the middle of town for working people, which is desperately needed.”

Amanda Newman, Business Development Officer at Marches Housing Association, said: “I am delighted with the finished apartments, only made possible by the skill, determination and innovation of the project team members who worked tirelessly to ensure that the project got off the ground.”

Residents started to move into their new homes last month.


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