I have completed a number of projects for this family run Hotel, Caravan Park and Marina at the picturesque north end of Loch Lomond.
The nature of these projects varies from internal alterations, to an extension to accommodate a biomass heating system, to provision of plans for the liquor licensing board as well as houses for the family.
The top photo shows a new patio, very popular in the summer months, maybe not so much in February.
The lower photo shows the new boiler house, built to accommodate a new biomass heating system, and the adjacent shop which was renovated with a slate roof replacing the original flat roof.
Ardlui Lodges, Loch Lomond
I have completed a number of projects for this family run Hotel, Caravan Park and Marina at the picturesque north end of Loch Lomond
This project was, as can be seen from the photos, the erection of 2 luxury log cabins on the shore of the Loch.
Aldochlay, Loch Lomond
The client's key requirement was that this extension to a listed building should look as 'original' as possible.
The Village Rest Restaurant
The Village Rest was a new build restaurant in the picturesque conservation village of Luss. The building had to blend in with the existing 200 year old houses, like the neighbouring cottage.
Loch Lomond Arms
I was engaged on this highly successful multi million pound redevelopment to assist a London based architect, who was not familiar with our Scottish Planning and Building Control systems, in negotiations with the Local Council and Park Authority and generally monitoring and managing the project on a day to day basis.
A new build supported living centre on the former water works at the top of Garshake Road, Dumbarton. I was not the lead designer for this project but took over the management when the works started on site.
The redevelopment of a derelict cottage.
Of the 4 houses built in this development The Hay Lough Davis Partnership design and assisted with the build of 3 of them. Although the front elevations of these 2 houses are very similar the internal layout is completeley different. The house in the lower photo, with the garage since converted to an additional public room, was built in to an embankment and is split in to 3 levels.
A new build development consisting of a terrace of 3 houses.
This new house in the conservation village of Gartocharn was built in an area of very low value boggy garden ground by building over a burn.
Built on a contaminated site, a former scrap yard.