Dunham House Conversion
Diocese of Nottinghamshire
Dunham House has seen the regeneration of the early 17th century historic building, formerly occupied as offices, to form a new £1.1m conversion to luxury residential for the Diocese of Southwell.
Situated in the heart of Southwell, this Grade II building was formally used as the headquarters of the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham. It has been completely renovated and refurbished to a very high standard to create seven individual luxury apartments.
Project Elements / Scope of Supply
- Roof repairs and refurbishment.
- Demolition and soft strip.
- New partitioning and plastering.
- Forming of openings internal and external.
- Refurbishment of existing sliding sash windows and window shutters.
- Retention of existing ceiling, wall finishes, staircases and joinery in liaison with the Heritage Officer.
- New mechanical and electrical installations.
- High-end fit-out of kitchens & bathrooms and wet floor finishes.
- Erection of new caretaker and residence stores.
- Drainage alterations and installation of new services.
- Natural stone paving.
- Permeable car park paving.
- Low energy fittings.
- Timber Repairs.