Farmers and smallholders are solving their housing problems with our transportable homes. Totally compliant with the Caravan Act and PPS7, these homes go up to a huge 20 x 6.8 metres.
Following their recent purchase of Abbotsley Country Homes, the exclusive gated and landscaped development in Cambridgeshire, PI Estates are very proud to announce the release of the latest phase of nine luxurious Norwegian Log lodges from only £175,000.
Greetham Valley Hotel, Golf and Conference Centre is situated in 276 idyllic acres, less than 5 miles from delightful Rutland Water and a mile from the A1. In its own words, the Centre is 'Beyond Expectations', and proof of that comes in its innovative new development of eco holiday lodges.
Cottesmore Lodges overlooks two 18-hole golf courses near the charming village of Pease Pottage in the idyllic countryside of West Sussex, and is easily accessible via the M23. Guests enjoy membership of the nearby health club, indoor swimming pool and tennis courts - plus guest rates on green fees.
Affordable holiday homes like these are very hard to find within the Pembrokeshire National Park, just 500 yards from the seaside village of Porthgain with its harbour and many other attractions. Perhaps that's why the new development at Felindre Lodges is proving so popular.
The latest release of Harleyford holiday homes is set in the estate's peaceful and secluded 18th century Walled Garden. These buildings are constructed in solid log by Reading-based Norwegian Log Buildings, and are the fourth phase - a total of more than 90 buildings - at Harleyford to be supplied by them.
Kewstoke Primary School in North Somerset has opened a new classroom, situated on a hillside that makes access difficult for ordinary building contractors. Pupils, teachers, parents and local education representatives gathered at the official opening of the school's second solid log classroom, which was built by Reading company Norwegian Log Buildings.
HRH the Princess Royal officially opened UK Youth's three new accommodation buildings at Avon Tyrell in the New Forest, Hampshire. Nigel Mansell OBE, President of the UK Youth charity for disabled children, accompanied the Princess.
Olympic Gold Medal oarsman Sir Steven Redgrave has officially opened the Hazel Court School hydrotherapy pool in Eastbourne. The pool is designed for children with special needs, who benefit from the warm water and special sensory light and sound equipment.
Tennis star Mark Cox has officially opened Carshalton Tennis Club's longed-for new clubhouse. Built in solid log by Norwegian Log Buildings and funded by a £250,000 National Lottery grant, the clubhouse provides changing rooms, showers, meeting room, table tennis space and bar as well as floodlit tennis courts.
Olympic swimming champion Duncan Goodhew has officially opened the new pool at Handcross School, Haywards Heath, Sussex. The pool complex was built in solid log by Reading company Norwegian Log Buildings.
Chase Children's Centre - a special school with a special mission - recently celebrated its 10th birthday. The Centre (at Bordon Infant School, Hampshire) was built by Norwegian Log Buildings, who were delighted to be invited back to join in the celebrations.
Local MP and former PM John Major was delighted to open Godmanchester Primary School's community swimming pool, and he enthused about the benefits of exercise, swimming and sport as he unveiled a commemorative plaque.