Our Latest Timber Frame Development blends in with a local Wildlife Habitat

Work is progressing well for our scheme in Dorset which includes 210 new homes and a wildlife habitat to protect threatened species that were once common on the derelict land. Phase 2 is well under way for our skilled erecting crew.

The development has been recognized by the Royal Town Planning Institute as a high quality scheme. Victory Oak has also been shortlisted for the Excellence in Planning for the Natural Environment category at the national RTPI awards.


You’re Never Too young to learn about sustainable Timber Frame Construction!

A big thank- you to the staff & pupils of St Joseph’s College Ipswich who invited us to talk to the students about sustainable construction and the positive impact it has on our environment.

A real appetite for learning about sustainability was evident!  Year 5 pupils aged 9 were focused on timber frame and passive housing especially. A 45 minute lesson was extended to an hour and a half.

Lots of questions from hungry minds…

Pictured is Mike Chester from Cygnum Timber Frame presenting to a very engaged audience!