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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Micro House sells again, Winchester

Snug Project’s first project, a pair of semi-detached micro town houses in Fulflood, Winchester is back on the market after nearly 8 years and its looking good and maintaining its value. The house has sold STC with Charters for £230,000. I hope the new occupants love living there as much as I did.

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Completed with a rainbow

Saxon Haus is completed and our Austrian clients have just moved in. Just as we were completing the handover, the sun came out and a rainbow appeared, spanning right across the house. Rainbows have traditionally spoken, in the Christian tradition, of good promises over new beginnings. We certainly wish them all God’s blessings for their new home.

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Design Definition

“Design is the fundamental soul of a man-made creation that ends up expressing itself in successive outer layers of the product or service.” – Steve Jobs, CEO Apple We agree.

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The big squeeze

Space is one of our most precious resources. According to the RICS the average new house today is 30% smaller than 100 years ago. This may be inevitable as land runs short but is it a problem? Snug Projects has always been passionate about making the most of limited space. Mies VaDer Rohe famously stated […]

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International Business Training

Paul returned to South Asia this month to deliver two more business development conferences. A two day conference included both the MBA in a Day and Kingdom Business Course. Both days were filmed with translation and will be made into a DVD in the coming weeks.  Our aim is to help participants develop successful businesses based on ethical foundations.  To find out […]

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Barton Farm Refused

  Finally the waiting is over, the Secretary of State has decided, the proposal for 2000 homes at Barton Farm has been refused…for now. For many residents in Winchester this will be a great relief. In our view this is the right decision. The scheme still has significant room for improvement and is too important to […]

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