New Build Home, East Kent
Build in progress – updated December 2023
“We wanted to make some changes to the original design, to create a home more suitable to our personal tastes and lifestyle. We juggled the bedrooms around, made the utility room bigger, moved the window positions and generally made minor tweaks to make it a more ‘useable’ home for our family needs. We had to resubmit the planning applications but that went through successfully.
“So far, we’ve only just finished the groundwork so it’s a work in progress, but we know what the layout and sizes of the room will be.
“Being a new build rather than a conversion, it’s a very sequential process – the team at Vernacular Homes has scheduled the different tradespeople in and kept us to a smooth timeline.
We have been taken through various designs and updated at every stage. No stone has been left unturned – we have discussed things like electrical layouts, kitchen design, how the house will be used – to make sure it really works for everyday living.
“We have a planned pause in the project until the second week of January, and my focus for the moment is making any final design decisions by Christmas. I’m picky and they all know that at Vernacular, but they are very accommodating, always listen and everything is going well. I’m looking forward to seeing the house completed.”
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