Testimonial – March 2018

 “On the 7th February EG Carter handed over to Cottsway the four dwellings at Brize Norton. The four dwellings fit well on the site, the interior space is generous even with sloping ceilings  to the bedroom. The wide and shallow rear gardens with views over opening countryside feel spacious. 

Thanks again for all your help in creating this development.”

Will Munro, Employer’s Agent, Fry Binks Partnership


Testimonials – Autumn 2017

“Thank you for all of the work you put into the designs for the new Normanhurst classrooms – they’ve turned out even better than I had hoped and the additional space has modernised our facilities no end.”

Matthew Hagger, Group Managing Principal, The Oak-Tree Group of Schools

TFP designed roof extensions to provide a new Year 5 classroom and extensions/improvements to the Maths and History rooms at Normanhurst School, North Chingford.


“The Hub is working well, it is very popular with parents who have to drop off and pick up children from their activities and we run a Friday coffee shop for parents from the Gym Tots group and the yoga group. It is also used as a meeting room by groups who have forgotten to book their usual room.

“We also have a daily booking, 10.00am to 3.00pm, by a group for adults with learning difficulties.”

Roger Pettit, of Winchester Road Methodist Church

Testimonials – Summer 2016

Bernard Tulkens, of Tectonics, was the client for the award-winning Passivhaus in Hackney as well as the Architect and project manager. – which he said was a “big enough task” without this also being his first Passivhaus project.

Peter Ranken’s input was essential not only to have the calculations done independently but also to have an exchange of ideas and a dialogue about the project.”


Bentley Grange, Hailsham
David Standfast,
Saxon Weald Chief Executive

“Bentley Grange is our 10th extra care scheme and we’ve used our experience to great effect, creating an attractive and welcoming scheme.

“The facilities and the thoughtful design of the apartments mean that some people find that their care needs actually decrease after they move in, while for many the biggest bonus is the sense of belonging to a community, which tackles the very serious problem of social isolation and loneliness.”