We aim to deliver exactly what you want from your new building, for an unforgettable living experience.
All our buildings are precision engineered and crafted to order, which means you can select a model as shown, or we can fully customise it to meet your needs and specifications. Alternatively, you may be looking for something bespoke, in which case we can design and build to your own plans/drawings.
If you see a model you like, or have a bespoke project, please let us know using the ‘contact us’ form and we will happily provide a price estimate.
One of our largest and most popular ranges, with many size and style options available. A contemporary look, with beautiful Siberian larch cladding on the exterior and a plasterboard finish inline with modern houses on the interior.
Timber frame consists of wall panels (complete with layers of insulation, vapour barriers, etc) with plasterboard on the interior layer and vertical larch cladding on the exterior. The timber we use to construct the frame has a strength class of C24 or higher – more in line with demanding Scandinavian requirements than the C16 class commonly found in the UK – to ensure the highest quality possible. Plumbing and electrics are installed within the wall panels, hidden from view.
The exterior vertical cladding can be treated, painted, or weathered to a beautifully natural silver/grey. We favour slow grown Siberian larch for its aesthetic beauty, strength and durability – it’s one of the toughest softwoods in the world. It has few knots, and provides a clean, contemporary and consistent look. The outside of the frame can also be cladded in brick, block and render, stone, tiles, etc to suit – many models in our passive timber frame range feature a combination of cladding and render for a modern look.
The prefabricated panels come together really quickly on site, so the build time with timber frame is very quick; with foundations complete, our show home was at watertight structure stage in only four days.
Timber frame is an ideal option if building regs are required.
Constructed log-by-log with interlocking feature corners. Timber interior walls offer that traditional log cabin feel. If for year-round residential use, we recommend an engineered glulam wall profile rather than solid timber. Many sizes and styles available.
Our log cabins are available in single-skin or twin-skin wall profile options. Single-skin is one wall layer with electrics and plumbing face-mounted (visible). Twin-skin allows the plumbing and electrics to be hidden between the two wall layers, and insulation is added here too, which makes it a good option for residential builds. Both wall layers interlock together and locate into the roof.
For maximum quality we favour glulam (glued laminated timber) for our residential models, as opposed to standard solid timber.
Solid timber moves throughout the year because of shrinking/swelling, and it splits easily, too. This option is reserved for non-residential models (garages, garden rooms, etc) or those looking for an inexpensive (specification is not to full residential standard) way to install a mobile home/granny annexe in the grounds of their home.
Glulam is precision engineered and bonded in layers to increase strength and stability. It won’t rot, shrink, crack or split, it’s virtually maintenance free, and yet lasts a lifetime. Glulam can conform to building regulations because structural calculations can be made that aren’t possible with standard solid timber. If you prefer a plasterboard interior finish in line with modern houses, rather than the traditional timber look, glulam construction makes it possible to add framework and plasterboard to the internal walls that are external facing.
Log cabins are well suited to sites with restricted access because of the way they go together; they can be brought onto a site in much smaller sections, even log-by-log. This can be advantageous compared to timber frame construction, which consists of complete wall panels being manoeuvred using specialist lifting equipment requiring more space.
Timber frame construction with passive house technology. The ultimate in energy efficiency and performance. Super insulated with argon filled triple-glazing to achieve the lowest U-values. Residential models for the individual or developer.
The thickness of the walls, roof and floor is greatly increased and all glass upgraded to argon-filled triple-glazing to achieve the incredible levels of insulation and U-values required (just 0.11 for our show home), which means tiny heating bills and minimal carbon footprint. By 2020, all new buildings in Europe shall be constructed to this standard.
These models feature lots of natural light and utilise passive solar gain. A mechanical heat recovery ventilation system can be used, rather than traditional heating and air-conditioning systems, to create superior levels of comfort compared to normal homes. It provides a constant supply of fresh air, and the interior maintains a comfortable temperature, from the coldest day of winter to the hottest day of summer.
While this range has been designed to incorporate passive house technology, any of the models can be scaled back to a standard residential specification, if required. And similarly, we can design passive house technology into our other timber frame residential models.
A selection of residential timber frame and log cabin models without the need for planning approval. These timber buildings can be sited on the drive or in the garden of a main dwelling. Add new living space and increase the value and use of your property.
Laws relating to touring caravans also apply to year round accommodation on a larger scale, so these models are regarded as ‘static caravans’ or ‘mobile homes’. The services are extended from the main dwelling to the new building, and it must be used to accompany the house (by a family member or as guest accommodation), not rented as a private residence or a separate dwelling or business.
These models may be deemed as ‘mobile homes’ but our build quality is to full residential specification to meet building regulations – way beyond the flimsy, substandard BS3632 specification associated with holiday parks that you may be offered elsewhere.
If you would like one of these mobile home or granny annexe models in the grounds of your main house, we advise applying for a Lawful Development Certificate (LDC). It is issued by your local planning authority (LPA). You may wish to apply yourself, or we can do it for you with our Mobile Home Planning Service.
If you’d like more information on the subject and how to apply for a LDC, please take a look at our Planning Free Mobile Home guide.
Perfect for leisure resorts or anyone looking to create extra living space in a small footprint. These Micro houses are cleverly designed to be economical and maximise the internal space. The creature comforts of a large timber frame or log cabin in a smaller package.
Modern timber frame spaces with a wow factor. From an office/studio or home cinema garden room, to aspirational two storey homes. This exciting model range with signature curved sides offers an unforgettable living experience.
Timber frame or log cabin spaces for working, hobbies or learning. From a garden office under permitted development rights, to much larger spaces with meeting rooms, kitchens and toilets for use as business premises and education centres.
A range of garages to store your pride and joy. Some models offer additional workshop/office/studio space, and some have a mezzanine or are two storey. Models can be tailored to suit you, or we can work with you to create your dream building.
Beautiful pool houses in a range of sizes. Timber frame construction with feature glulam structural beams and exposed trusses. Models can be tailored to suit you, or we can work with you to create your dream building.
Beautifully designed for the most exacting of guests to escape to and enjoy. From hideaway pods to hotel suites. A great way for hotels, camping sites and other leisure resorts to add luxurious accommodation and revenue.
With unrivalled build quality and incredible insulation values our holiday park homes far surpass the industry standard BS3632, typically associated with park homes, as we believe standard just isn’t good enough.
Our standard sets the bar higher. Our park homes exceed UK building regulations as a minimum.
We offer a build specification to suit all needs and budgets, allowing us to tailor our buildings to suit you, putting your project ahead of our convenience.
We will commit to working with you in design, preparation, and the level of finish that’s appropriate for your holiday park and the surroundings it will call home.
We are building park homes of the future today and would welcome working alongside you.