The development of ten houses on this site was particularly challenging given the very tight constraints. The property was completely hemmed in on all sides with adjacent buildings, a road and a river. The construction was right up to the boundary on all sides. The tight constraints meant that the scheme was logistically challenging and detailed planning was required to maintain the programme.
The building incorporated the use of many high quality materials included ashlar stone from Portland and random walling stone from Marnhull, all of which complement the historical Dorchester setting very well.