Legal and General News Update: L&G Build Twenty Seven New Homes
Legal and General News Update: L&G Build twenty-seven new homes. The Insurance Company is set to redevelop two Grade II listed buildings in Stoke Poges.
The redevelopment of the two listed buildings, Coach House and Stoke House will be subject to very careful alteration and updating with a complete refurbishment that will see the buildings returned to their original use. A vacant office block that was built in the 1980s that is next door to the building project will be demolished. The result of the building and refurbishment work will be twenty-seven new homes that will range from two bedroom properties right up to seven bedroom properties. On the site that housed the office block that is to be demolished a range of new buildings will be constructed that will complement the main house and will also provide a range of dwelling types.
The listed buildings are situated in a prominent part of Stoke Poges on Grays Park Road that is about four miles north of Slough town centre and are set within almost six acres. The property to be renovated is some twenty four thousand square feet and is arranged over the ground and first floor areas. There is also an open plan extension that is single floor at the rear of the building. This area, that was formerly office space, has attracted no interest from the business market and will now be adapted to enhance the listed building and the period features with the construction of other sympathetic buildings.
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The Senior Fund Manager for Legal and General James Whitehall commented that since the space had become redundant and would never again be a practical working space, Legal and General were very pleased to have had the opportunity to find a way to restore the property carefully and thoughtfully to its original function. Enhancement of the period features would be a focus, he said. The production of superior quality residential homes was a great way for the company to address the housing needs of the local community and to address the need in the UK for more housing stock in general.
It is perhaps unusual to think of an Insurance Company being responsible for a building project but Legal and General have a long tradition of seeking to enhance the quality of life of those in the communities that it serves.
Follow the link to read more about all of the developments at Legal and General, http://www.customerservicescontact.co.uk/legal-and-general-contact-number/.
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