Turks Head Public House, Hasketon 

The renovation works & extensions to the Turks Head Public House in Hasketon was a very successful project giving a new life to this previously run down and closed public house.

The proposals included sympathetic alterations and extensions to this Grade II listed rural public house in order that it may operate as a viable proposition long into the future. This meant significantly increasing the size of the kitchen and dining provisions to allow a far greater number of customers to be catered for, whilst ensuring that the new additions remained subservient in scale to the existing building. These works included for the removal of all previous poor quality 1970’s flat roofed extensions, vastly improving the impact on this important listed structure.

Client: Woodbridge International

Structural Engineers: Superstructures

Drainage: G H Bullards

Main Contractor: A J Kernahan

Landscape: Land & Sculpture Design Partnership

Building Control: MLM