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Posted on: Thu 7th February, 2019

We've teamed up with the Olive Tree, Shrewsbury to offer you the chance to win a £60 meal voucher. Yum!

Posted on: Tue 29th January, 2019

It can be hard to keep up with design trends, especially with opinions from the experts varying so wildly. Is Boho really back? What will replace Scandi-chic?

Posted on: Fri 11th January, 2019

Details which include ground floor underfloor heating, Velfac windows with an inside timber frame and an LABC 10 year warranty. All included.

Posted on: Tue 11th December, 2018

Proclaimed by the Sunday Times in 2018 as amongst some of the happiest and healthiest places to live in the UK. Shrewsbury certainly has plenty to be proud of

Posted on: Sun 10th January, 2016

Following a long and rigorous bidding process, Shropshire based residential developer, Floreat Homes, has agreed terms for the acquisition of a 14 acre site in Radbrook, Shrewsbury, formerly home t


Demolition work begins

Posted on: Sat 23rd September, 2017

Work has begun in earnest at the former Radbrook College site, as Floreat Homes commence phase 1 of their plans to transform the seminal victorian building and create a vibrant community of 126 architect-designed new homes that will include 22 independent living units. 

The history of the college itself is woven into the history of Shrewsbury.  Starting life as the Shropshire Technical School for girls and more recently Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology, Radbrook Hall as it is now known will take centre stage once more, at the heart of the new development.

Ever keen to ensure the preservation of the original architecture that gives the Hall its iconic character, whilst offering residents modern comforts including underfloor heating, the restoration will include the glorious stained-glass windows and elaborate stained-glass lantern at the head of the staircase, so that these distinctive characteristics can be enjoyed by generations to come.

Later additions with little architectural merit will be removed, returning the building to its original victorian footprint and injecting additional light and aspect into the 17 unique apartments contained within. High ceilings, original fireplaces and balconies will offer buyers a quality of space enhanced by authentic features but perfect for 21st century living.

The New Year will see the beginning of the former campus’ transformation into Radbrook Village, with the start of new-build construction. Award-winning local architectural practice AHR have worked closely with the design team at Floreat to offer a remarkable community of one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes designed in response to the specific attributes of the site to provide generous space standards, to maximise natural light and to offer a genuine alternative to the frugal and uninspiring new homes replicating across the county.