Our renovation and conversion of these properties in Latimer Street in the historic town of Romsey is now complete. Positioned within the heart of Romsey town centre these redeveloped cottages have been finished to an exceptionally high standard, offering spacious and light accommodation throughout.
Work continues on the four new apartments in Portersbridge Mews, Romsey, with the finishing of the interiors. Once the interior works are completed, the landscaping and exterior areas will be finished.
The conversion/renovation of the two semi-detached houses also continues.
Work has begun on our new development site, Portersbridge Mews, in Romsey – close to the heart of the historic town. The development comprises four new apartments and two high-end refurbished semi-detached houses, all with parking and outside space.
This is one of the visitors' comments after attending the launch: The show Units were fantastic, and probably some of the best I have seen in my career.
The whole team should be proud of the result.
April 2016: Hamble Cliff Lodge selected as finalist for prestigious award
Hemdean's build/redevopment of Hamble Cliff Lodge has been chosen as a finalist in the prestigious 2016 South East Regional LABC Building Excellence Awards, in the Best Individual New Home category. The awards ceremony is in Brighton on 24th June. Watch this space!
January 2016: Hamble Cliff Lodge featured in Electrical Contracting News
Hemdean Builders won the contract for this turnkey project for a local couple and it has been featured in the January edition of Electrical Contracting News.
We used our own in-house electrical contractor, Hemdean Energy, headed up by Braden Read, who comments, “It was a big job with a mass of circuits and, despite its complexity, was actually straightforward to install – luckily we had good plans and spreadsheets detailing all the circuits”.
We are pleased to release the first sample designs for the kitchens in our prestigious St Thomas development in Winchester. The bulthaup kitchens are being designed for us by hobsons|choice of Winchester.
Hemdean are nearing completion on this beautiful house with views of the Solent, being built for a private client. Scaffolding is finally down and many interesting and unique features are now clearly visible.
July 2015: Restored almshouses get a royal seal of approval
We are delighted that a “royal seal of approval” has been awarded to the restoration work completed by Hemdean Builders at Boultbee Cottages almshouses in Emery Down in the New Forest. The Prince of Wales has given his own award to mark the completion of the scheme to restore Boultbee Cottages. The “prestigious Patron’s Award” was described as a “great honour” for Emery Down and the charity behind the project.
We are very pleased to release the final layouts and floor plans for the new homes which will be fitted out to a very high standard, some enjoying separate entrances and all having access to an elegant and substantial, communal entrance hall. Each home will have at least one parking place and some will have their own outdoor space.
The 140-year old Emery Down Almshouses (known as Boultbee Cottages) have provided homes for many local and needy residents. Recent renovation work by Hemdean Builders has now been completed and the restored cottages have been nominated for an award.
March 2015: New addition to the fleet
A new Peugot tipper joins Hemdean's fleet of vehicles and plant equipment.
February 2015: Restoration work begins at St Thomas
Work on the exterior begins at St Thomas, Winchester, with the cleaning of the stonework, and restoration and repairs to weathered stone.
November 2014: Hemdean receives planning approval for 14 new homes in West End
Hemdean have received planning approval for 14 new homes in West End, after lengthy consultation with the local planning office and West End Parish Council. The development will benefit the local area with 1.2 hectares of privately-owned woodland being opened up to the public as extra open space.
October 2014: Showhouse opens at our Leydene (East Meon) development
The show home has now launched at this impressive collection of six uniquely-designed detached houses set amongst stunning countryside within the South Downs National Park at Meon Hills, East Meon.
October 2014: Hemdean get the keys to begin new development in Winchester
Today, 1st October, we received the keys to enable us to begin
work on an exciting new development in the heart of Winchester.
A new water fountain has been donated by Hemdean Builders to Royal Winchester Golf Club, in memory of Stan Newbold.
You can find the new facility beside the 12th tee.
Rob takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
(with a very big bucket)
Managing Director, Rob Newbold, took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on 3rd September, on-site at Leydene (where the staff were more than happy to help him!)
Will John Read accept Rob's challenge next?
July 2014: Semple House completion
Work has just been completed to refurbish Semple House in Romsey, Hampshire. The project has included extra storeys and a new two-storey entrance hall which is fitted with a Continental Stone Staircase. Also, the indoor pool has benefited from being completely refurbished with a new Jacuzzi pool, sauna and steam room. The clients are now enjoying their fabulous renovated and improved home.
June 2014: Leydene on target
Construction is on target to complete one of six, luxury, five bed homes as a showhome in September 2014. The contract is worth over £4m and the houses are being built for a London developer. The designs are the vision of ‘Urban Pulse Design’ from Southampton and include features such as air source heating, oak feature trusses and solid oak staircases. The houses have been constructed using local Michelmersh bricks and local flint.
May 2014: Foundation stone laid by client at new build at Hamble
Construction is well underway at Hamble Cliff. Built from Isle of Purbeck stone, this is one of the largest homes to be built of this type in the UK and is in a beautiful spot overlooking the Solent. It is being built for private clients with a contract value of £1.7m. The client celebrated the commencement of the building with a ceremonial laying of the Purbeck stone.
April 2014: Hemdean Builders start the major restoration of historic almshouses in Lyndhurst
Work to modernise and extend five 150 year old almshouses in Emery Down has started. The picturesque Grade II Listed Boultbee Cottages, for so long an attractive feature of the village near Lyndhurst, had become threatened and uninhabitable but now the Trustees of the Charity that owns them are celebrating the arrival of contractors, Hemdean Builders, after over five years of planning and preparation.
Rob Newbold (of Hemdean Builders) said he is pleased to be working with the Charity. He plans to handover the completed project by the end of this year.
Pictured (l to r) are Rob Newbold, Managing Director of Hemdean Builders, Jan Smart, Chairman of the Trustees and Cllr. Pat Wyeth who is seen presenting part of her Rural Grant to assist fundraising.