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Channel Islands Construction Focus – Issue 4.1

Channel Islands Construction Focus - Issue 4.1
Written by Roma Publications

This Month in Channel Islands Construction Focus- Issue 4.1

Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction: Channel Islands Construction Focus.

In this month’s issue we take a look at Haute Pierre; we cast an eye over The Villa; and we profile HVC.

Located on one of Jersey’s most beautiful beaches overlooking Green Island and with exceptional views, Haute Pierre comprises a bespoke collection of just four individually designed, exclusive apartments and one townhouse, which have been attracting considerable public and market interest since construction commenced. Fitted and finished to an outstanding specification, each apartment benefits from its own private entrance, underground parking, ample storage, and south-facing terraces that make the most of this stunning location.

Meanwhile, a two-phase project to restore seven apartments within an elegant Georgian property on Guernsey is heading into its final stages. Originally built in 1802 for a wealthy merchant family, The Villa will soon feature seven contemporary, sensitively restored apartments in one of the prime property locations on the island. Phase One of the project began in May 2015 and encompassed work on five of the apartments as well as repairs on the building as a whole. Phase Two of the project, which will see the final two apartments on the lower ground floor renovated, is currently underway and on course for completion in May.

And finally, based in St Peter Port, Harbour View Construction (HVC) is a building and civil engineering specialist, delivering an enviable collection of projects throughout the Channel Islands and beyond. Over the last decade, HVC has been involved with various high profile projects ranging from the New Clinical Block at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital Phase to their own bespoke residential developments. Most recently, HVC has been involved in two significant schemes: A New Bio-Diesel Plant (Stanlow Phase II) and Talbot Mews. Stanlow Phase II is taking place off-island, in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, while Talbot Mews has just finished construction in Guernsey.

With all this and more, look no further than Channel Islands Construction Focus for the latest awe-inspiring developments that continue to shape the architectural landscape.

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