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Vale Southern Construction continues to expand its residential portfolio with a new refurbishment contract.

Appointed by a private client, the team has been selected to transform the interior of a large, detached house in the Surrey Hills. Designed by Victoria Holland Architects, the 18-week project will breathe new life into the 368 sq m property, which was built in the 1950s.

The scope of works includes a significant amount of high-end joinery bringing new features into the home that complement the property’s traditional architecture. A new kitchen, designed with bespoke wooden cabinetry and integrated appliances, will be installed by Vale Southern. The design of the utility area and 4 bathrooms is also bespoke, requiring further specialist joinery. All the improvements will be complemented by new lighting.

Jon James, Contracts Manager at Vale Southern, said: “This contract builds on our extensive experience of the residential sector. We are working in partnership with the architects and the homeowners to deliver the design brief and the extensive, bespoke joinery which is a fundamental element in the overall improvements.

“We also need to consider the impact of the work on the homeowners who live in a cottage within the property’s lovely grounds. We have created a construction programme that will minimise disruption and overcomes logistical constraints as the house is situated at the end of a very long and narrow driveway that prevents lorry access.”

This is the second project Vale Southern has delivered with Victoria Holland Architects. It follows the successful handover of a £1.3m interior fit out at Hambledon House, a nine-bedroom luxury country home in Surrey.


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