National Animal Welfare Trust – Wheal Alfred Farm

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New Kennelling and Cattery Facility, Wheal Alfred Farm 2006

National Animal Welfare Trust – Wheal Alfred Farm

This was our first centre to include a wind turbine, solar water heating, heat recovery, recycled rainwater (for wash-down, laundry and toilet flushing) and a sewage treatment plant, along with locally sourced timber for the manager’s log cabin accommodation. This centre demonstrates how this type of specialist facility can be truly considered a ‘green’ development.  Wheal Alfred Farm is a kennelling

New Centre Build, Dublin 2006

Dogs Trust – Dublin

This facility for Dogs Trust in Dublin was finished, not only on time but on budget and to an exceptionally high standard. It is clearly one of the best dog rehoming facilities in the world.   The project includes a number of state-of-the-art features such as electric opening hatches for dogs, full glazed-in stainless steel compartments for the animals,

Redevelopment of rehoming centre, Ilfracombe 2010

Dogs Trust – Ilfracombe

We were appointed by Dogs Trust to redevelop their existing rehoming centre at West Down, Ilfracombe, in Devon.  All of the kennel blocks were in a poor state of repair and in need of either replacement or refurbishment.  Additional external runs were also needed to improve well-being for the dogs by giving them greater access

Redevelopment of Animal Shelter, St. Helier 2008

JSPCA – Animal Shelter

This was one of the most difficult projects we’ve ever handled – being on the very tight site at the JSPCA centre in St Helier, Jersey. Those who know the site are aware of its restrictions, including limited access and being built on a hill, immediately adjacent to a children’s nursery. The confines of the

New Centre Build, Brands Hatch 2000

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home – Brands Hatch

This challenging and exciting scheme made the best possible use of a difficult site.  BDCH had purchased a larger plot of land in a neighbouring field, which was level and perfect for a new building, however, we were unable to obtain permission to build in this field as it generally moved the centre closer to