About Cedar Homes (UK) Ltd

Cedar Homes (U.K.) Ltd. has it's roots back in 1980 when the first developments were performed in the Croydon, Purley, Redhill, and Reigate areas of Surrey, culminating in a design award from Croydon City Council in 1991 for a development there. Lord Howe, then Sir Geoffrey Howe (Foreign Secretary), attended our New Build Site in Whyteleafe in 1991 which was one of four large developments at the time.

Several renovation projects have been undertaken in the Birmingham area in the West Midlands, including locations in Harborne, Alvechurch, Barnt Green, and Edgbaston from 2000 onwards. In 2001 we renovated three Victorian houses on Wheeley's Road, in Edgbaston, which were partially listed.

In 2003, we rebuilt a Grade Two Listed site in the Jewellery Quarter after obtaining planning permission for four live-work units. These can be found on the corner of Hall Street and Branston Street. After another renovation project in Harborne a much bigger rebuild of four live-work units in Tenby Street of the Jewellery Quarter was completed. This Grade Two Listed project is regarded in high esteem by English Heritage and was the subject of a BBC television documentary "Dream Homes in Britain".

The Minories Project situated in the Jewellery Quarter was a 15 unit award winning property development and was another Grade Two Listed site, being our largest project to date in Birmingham. It consisted of of 2 one bed and 2 two bed luxury apartments on two floors, overlooking Warstone Lane itself, together with a further five 3/4 bedroomed town houses in a courtyard mews development in the centre of the building and a further four 3/4/5 bedroomed town houses complete the project. All have individual parking bays. There are two large commercial/retail offices or shops, located on the ground floor facing the main street, with large cellars and storage space.