St Johns Court Flat Rennovations

Brambledown are rennovating the external facias of numerous Flats in the west end of Newcastle. This is part of an ongoing West End Regeneration by Newcastle City Council and Brambledown have been involved in several phases already including the National Award Winning Arthurs Hill Regeneration Last Year which picked up a Considerate Constructors Award putting it inside the top 5% of schemes carried out in the UK that year.

Works here to St Johns Court Flats in Newcastle by Brambledown include the replacement of the front weatherproof panels below each window at the 3 story residences. Further to these works, Brambledown are providing restoration to Victorian Styled tyle paths, railings, gates and fences to the exteriors of numerous Victorian Houses nearby, but still in the West End.

The below are recent in progress photos from site which show the before and after shots of some of the house front & external works rennovations. It also shows the wonderful recreation of victorian style paving and tiling which has been incorporated by Brambledown to the front gardens of dozens of terraced victorian homes in the Newcastle Area. Also illustrated are the brick walling shots and railing installation shots undertaken by Brambledown in the last 2 weeks.

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