Shrewsbury’s 19th century music hall is set to reopen in the early spring following a £10.5 million transformation into a museum and art gallery. Remembered for its dark carpets, blacked-out windows and deep red walls...
Protectahome recently completed work on an eco-project on the grounds of The University of Nottingham. The Mark Group House is being built by a construction workforce of undergraduate students studying architecture and building technology.
Following successful completion of Basement Waterproofing by Protectahome last year, Pizza East, Kentish Town opened its doors to customers late in August.
Protectahome, acting as Principle Contractor, have just completed extensive Structural Waterproofing works at the City of Newcastle Gymnastics Academy, Benfield Road, Newcastle upon Tyne.
This Wednesday at 8pm, Channel 4 will feature the Flint Mill, Staffordshire, on their Restoration Man Series. Protectahome are proud to be associated with the resurrection of this delightful historic property...
Lynmouth’s new pavilion reopened last month, following a £1.2million rebuild project run by Exmoor National Park Authority. The original pavilion, which was built in 1932 on the site of a coal yard, was structurally unsafe and had been in a derelict state since 2001.
A couple in Kensington who are looking to create a vast subterranean extension underneath two adjacent properties have been requested to pay a fee of more than £800,000 from Kensington Council.
Relaxation of planning rules for barn conversions and agricultural buildings will allow for an effective use of buildings that have become redundant due to the changes in modern farming systems.
An initial agreement between Government and the Association of British Insurers was announced late last month. The scheme, called Flood Re, aims to ensure that people living in areas most prone to floods will be able to access affordable flood insurance.
Mid Devon Council have proposed cutting back on sandbag provisions for residents in the event of flooding. Devon was subject to severe rain and gales in winter 2012. Damage to buildings and bridges was reported and twenty homes were evacuted after water breached the 200-year-old Grand Western Canal at Halberton.