Industry recognition for sustainable luxury

Cheshire Barn Homes – already creating a name for themselves by beautifully restoring traditional farm buildings into contemporary energy-efficient homes – has now been given the seal of approval by the Local Authority Building Control.

The Cheshire Barn Homes, Broomhill House Farm project in Chester has just won the ‘Best Change of use of an Existing Building or Conversion’ at the 2015 Regional LABC Awards. And the accolades look set to continue – as regional winners, Cheshire Barn Homes will now advance to the National LABC Awards in London this autumn.

It’s a remarkable achievement for a relatively new company, and it gives the team there a fantastic platform to build on. It also shows that their focus of providing properties with ‘sustainable luxury’ is proving more than popular with discerning home buyers across the county.

Cheshire Barn Homes is headed up by founder and director, Rhys Nevett and project manager, Richard Marsh. Both are experts in developing properties with rural excellence. But more than that, they both understand that the key to creating an exceptional home is by meeting the specific needs of the person moving in.

This unparalleled experience is based around involving the client at an early stage. It’s a unique process that provides them with a choice of handmade kitchens, tiles, flooring and luxury carpets. And it ensures that the foundations are laid for the home of their dreams – somewhere they’ll want to stay for life.

Future plans for Cheshire Barn Homes include developing Hoofield Hall Barns, originally a dairy and arable farm dating back to 1837. Just like the award-winning Broomhill House Farm, this project will feature renewable technology such as a future-proof Heat Recovery System to ensure the home is sustainable.

With Rhys and Richard’s track record, there’s every chance that this latest conversion will once again see them up against some of the best developers in the country for a national award.