St Mary's Road Development

St Mary's Development Market Harborough Ltd/ESHA (Developments) Ltd

St Mary's Road Development

St Mary's Development Market Harborough Ltd/ESHA (Developments) Ltd

The scheme comprised the construction of 80 apartments, a 43 space car park beneath the first floor apartments and access onto an unadopted road. The four storey building had a reinforced concrete frame to the ground floor areas with a timber frame construction to the ground and remaining upper floors. External works, hard standing, drainage and services were all included in the works.

The site was in a particularly sensitive location, sharing the access with an operational Lidl supermarket. Lindum Construction quickly acted to establish a good relationship and was able to negotiate use of an area of their car park for the site set-up and agreed to minimise all disturbances to their business. Lindum Construction also implemented strict Health and Safety procedures to minimise the risk of accidents occurring and any disruptions to local people and businesses

The completed building provides 40 shared ownership and 35 rented one and two-bed apartments to a high standard of finish. The delivery of this project in forty four weeks is testimony to Lindum Constructions' ability to react quickly and make key decisions whilst interpreting, incorporating and exceeding the Client’s requirements.

With the help and knowledge of our in-house EcoHomes Assessor and careful design we were able to raise the "Good" BREEAM score to a "Very Good" score, thus fulfilling our Client’s funding requirements.

Technical Details

Client Name:

St Mary's Development Market Harborough Ltd/ESHA (Developments) Ltd


Main Contractor


JS&P Architecture



Contract Period weeks:


Project Status:

Project Completed

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