This Month in Channel Islands Construction Focus- Issue 4.2
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction: Channel Islands Construction Focus – Issue 4.2
In this month’s issue we take sit down with the owner and designer of The Parlour; we take a look at Carrefour Mews; and we unveil the expansion project at El Tico Beach Cantina.
Situated on Burrard Street, Jersey, The Parlour is a stunning new salon offering a range of cuts and finishes – including full bridal services – in an inviting environment. The Parlour is owned by stylist, Lauren Layzell and replaces Lauren’s former salon with a sleek, spacious experience unlike any other. Keen to find out a little more about The Parlour, Premier Construction recently sat down with owner Lauren Layzell, as well as interior designer, Emily Musker of Waddington Interiors to get the lowdown on the project.
Meanwhile, an outstanding new enclave of exclusive homes in an idyllic location on the outskirts of the parish of St John in Jersey, Carrefour Mews by Grange Developments comprises three luxury granite houses – two of which have been created from a barn conversion, with the third home being new build. Due for completion in September 2017, this small development is in keeping with the surrounding countryside, within a village setting with plenty of amenities close by. The project is being carried out by Quadrant construction, who have been commended for the high quality of their work.
And finally, a must-visit venue for surfers on Jersey, El Tico Beach Cantina has undergone an expansion to its shop and teaching facilities. A popular destination on the island with a history that stretches back to the 1950s, El Tico now boasts a new Surfyard that is already being put to good use ahead of the summer. The new Surfyard will allow experienced visitors to hire equipment while a team of experienced and qualified instructors will be able to carry out a comprehensive teaching programme to get the next generation of surfers onto the water.
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.