The Catchfly Project received planning consent in summer 2020. The build began in February (2021). It borders a conservation zone and takes a more traditional approach within its vernacular, and in doing so uplifts the existing street scene, adding both value to those dwellings and businesses that border the site and a fresh face to a former brownfield plot.
Bounce's intention was for it to be designed and built with a Low Carbon Future in mind. Acting as principal designer, is responsible for ensuring that the project runs through to completion without setback; instructing other consultants, collating all the relevant project data to deliver the project & fulfilling the planning conditions, minor variations value engineering, Building Control requirements for new dwellings.
All of the new accommodation is to nationally described space standards.
All plots with parking allocation and electrical charging.
Accessible from all points of entry (level access) exceeding Part M requirements.
The build exceeds Part L requirements.
All materials are locally sourced from suppliers.
The main contractors travel from within a 3 mile radius of the site.
Built with a Low Carbon Future in mind*
The bungalow, offering suitable amenity for the ambient disabled, provids high standards of wet room facilities and has easily navigable internal access through larger door leaf widths.
The terrace houses have been designed to incorporate an attic truss roof systems to allow owner/occupiers the additional benefit of usable loft space without the need for modification to the rafter and ceiling joists (usually required for loft conversions).