All the latest developments on our project to convert a four bed Victorian town house into a nine bed home-for-life for former street homeless men.
First fix services, windows installed, more progress inside and out
Image gallery of work for April 2022
Work ongoing throughout the building, extension taking shape and a visit from Charity Bank
Image gallery of work for March 2022
Building warrant approved and work has begun!
Building works progress update for Feb. 2022 from Francis Barkey, Board Member overseeing Construction
All necessary statutory approvals, Planning Permission and Building Warrant approval have been secured prior to the site start which was 10th January 2021.
The Building Contract has been awarded to Bryce Building Contractors ltd which include costs and a programme of works in keeping with CGAH business plan.
All asbestos removal, fairly minimal, was successfully completed by a Licenced Operator prior to the main works commencing to avoid potential delays to the site start.
The initial works of demolition of the building rear extension/garage is complete allowing access for new external drainage and foundations to be completed.
The rear extension concrete floor is now complete.
Internal works consist of several non loading bearing walls being removed to create the new living space and fireplaces throughout being bricked up.
Builders work continuing in advance of first fix plumbing and electrical work which has now commenced.