Staunton on Wye

Hereford, Herefordshire

Manchester Bricks, Staunton On Wye

Sector

Developer

New Country Developments had big plans for a new-build housing development out of Hereford. The project was taking place in Staunton on Wye, a very small parish in the west of Herefordshire. It was made up of 10 new-build homes; three of which being 3-bed bungalows, another three being 3-bed houses, and the remaining four being 4-bed houses. The developer had previously been let down once by a major brick manufacturer during the second phase of the process, and as a result, they had to return to the search for a provider, exploring the market for a brick similar one from before.

Our Area Sales Manager, Cliff Hughes, visited their site and presented them with samples to make sure they blended in with other plots. The final decision was made that development would move forward making use of our Newlyn Heritage Blend (65mm). This brick is one of our handmade stock with a red, creased appearance. Each brick contains a wholly unique appearance thanks to the white and dark shades present throughout.

Staunton on Wye case study, bricks
Staunton on Wye front view
Staunton on Wye case study, render

Manchester Brick Specialists actively wish and engage with the effort of acting as a reliable and efficient partner in builds across the UK. We aim to work side-by-side with housing developers (big and small) in order to transform and equip your projects, helping you to be prepared for whatever may come your way. As seen here, other brick distributors may fail to deliver as a partner, however we aim to remain by your side, supporting you in your mission and making your vision a reality.

The completed estate came to be known as Bliss View. The ten high quality homes ended up equally as stunning as the initial CGI mockups New Country Developments started with. Our bricks were the perfect match, complementing the other plots and allowing the Newlyn Heritage Blend to shine. The circumstances leading to our involvement may have given the developers a feeling of worry, however we are glad we were able to get things back on track and deliver the results we did.

Staunton on Wye case study, window bricks
Staunton on Wye case study

This brick I wanted is seen across London and the South East and has a history dating back 300 years, meaning I had a match for the historical context of the build.

Mike Donovan, Client

In terms of kerb appeal the final product is a characterful brick-built design that is consistent across each build.

Woodsett Homes

The Mottram Multi provided the bungalow with an anchor in local heritage and respected the history of Bubwith.

Mark Dickinson, Customer

The brick provided the builds with an imposing presence, without it losing the ever-so important homely feel.

Stonebridge Homes

The collaboration between MBS and Cheshire Renovations lead to a transformative project that delivered stand-out results.

Cheshire Renovations

The client wanted a brick that had a dated appearance whilst still being new, which MBS were able to provide

McCormick Architecture