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Bay Tree Cottage

Bay Tree Cottage is a modest, two storey detached residence dating back to the mid 20th Century, which in previous years was subject to severe subsidence, to the effect that there was a necessity to demolish and replace with new.  ERMC provide architectural services on the Isle of Wight, and our team was commissioned to […]

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Mill Road, Yarmouth

Our team of Isle of Wight surveyors worked alongside the architectural team to complete a residential development on the former site of a petrol station and garage / workshops on Mill Road, Yarmouth, the design comprising of a terrace of six dwellings with detached car port to the rear. The project was completed to a […]

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Fort Redoubt

ERMC Architects near Freshwater were instructed to design the conversion of existing Grade II Listed Building formerly used as Army Officer’s Accommodation into Holiday Accommodation. The project required the re-construction of the building to it’s former state. The existing shell was re-built using recycled Island Stone and reclaimed bricks with a natural slate roof, the […]

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Albert Cottage

Albert Cottage was originally built on behalf of Queen Victoria for her daughter, Princess Beatrice, to live in order to be close to her mother. The project brief required close liaison with the local Conservation Officer over significant, unauthorised works by the previous owner. The brief was expanded by the new owners to include comprehensive […]

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Hill Farm

ERMC architects completed the conservation, partial reconstruction and conversion of a dilapidated ‘piggery’ into a two bedroom holiday unit set within a smallholding, working farm.  The proposals included a new oak framed living room extension, veranda and landscaped grounds. The brief was to sympathetically extend and convert this modest structure whilst retaining its agricultural heritage […]

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Golden Hill Fort

The conservation of Golden Hill Fort, an historic structure once a defensible barracks, is now complete with replaced roof waterproofing and original windows and doorsets fully renovated.  Working in close liaison with the local Conservation Officer and English Heritage, the Fort has been sympathetically converted into high quality residences complete with a sloping grass berm, landscaped […]

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Fort Victoria

Fort Victoria regeneration project is the WWLP’s flagship project, and ERMC are honoured to have involved our architects and surveyors.  It was designed to reinvigorate the historic Fort and establish it as a gateway for visitors’ exploration of the site’s outstanding heritage.  The project arrested the deteriorating condition of the Grade II Listed structure, and […]

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Hotwalls

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Now shortlisted for 4 National and Regional Awards, ERMC Hampshire architects are very proud to have Hotwalls as a flagship project in our Heritage and Conservation portfolio. Portsmouth City Council appointed ERMC as the Lead Designer and Contract Administrator for the regeneration of the 1850’s artillery […]

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NICU, St. Mary’s Hospital

Our architects and surveyors on the Isle of Wight were tasked with the relocation and comprehensive upgrading of departmental facilities including 3 bespoke Administration/Reception Areas for the I.W. Healthcare NHS Trust.  The brief was to provide a fully functional facility with a controlled environment tailored to the unique intensive care requirements. The provision of a […]

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Tom Rudd Unit, Moorgreen Hospital

ERMC Hampshire architects were presented with a brief that consisted of major internal alterations and refurbishment of redundant spaces to provide additional accommodation. Works further entailed the demolition of an existing poor quality conservatory extension and interior rearrangement in order to better serve the Unit’s changing needs. With major internal demolitions and alterations taking place […]

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