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Detached House / 3 BED + STUDY

 

Wellbuild offers a turn-key service. This means that we manage all aspects of the interior of your new home – except the kitchen. This is because there are so many choices of kitchen that we prefer to leave the kitchen and its installation up to you.

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One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted, Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd shows details of the proposed site plan. The land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road and access is via a short steep drive. The small buildings on the site were formerly used by a business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.

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  • One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new

  • house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted,

  • Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd

  • shows details of the proposed site plan. The

  • land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road

  • and access is via a short steep drive. The smal

  • l buildings on the site were formerly used by a

  • business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.


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One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted, Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd shows details of the proposed site plan. The land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road and access is via a short steep drive. The small buildings on the site were formerly used by a business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.

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  • 15mm fermacell board

  • 120mm timber frame (KVH timber), 120mm mineral wool insulation

  • 15mm fermacell board

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.

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One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted, Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd shows details of the proposed site plan. The land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road and access is via a short steep drive. The small buildings on the site were formerly used by a business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.

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  • One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new

  • house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted,

  • Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd

  • shows details of the proposed site plan. The

  • land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road

  • and access is via a short steep drive. The smal

  • l buildings on the site were formerly used by a

  • business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.


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One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted, Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd shows details of the proposed site plan. The land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road and access is via a short steep drive. The small buildings on the site were formerly used by a business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.

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  • One Oak Development Ltd plan to build a new

  • house on a site at 21, Hoskins Road, Oxted,

  • Surrey. Drawing FD10 by Lovell Design Ltd

  • shows details of the proposed site plan. The

  • land is considerably lower than Hoskins Road

  • and access is via a short steep drive. The smal

  • l buildings on the site were formerly used by a

  • business that serviced lawnmowers.

 

The 1/50,000 geological map, Sheet 285, indicates the area to be underlain by the Folkstone Formation. A borehole available from the British Geological Survey to the north of the site proved the Folkstone Beds to be approximately 20m thick with a water level at a depth of 16m. Given the steep eastern boundary of the site it is likely the area was once a small sand pit.