This construction is going to be one of those nice porch greenhouses with the cold frames either side. It’s a little different in having the sides rendered to match the owner’s existing house and garage - the render’s still drying off in the photos and will have a good coating of breathable paint when complete.
It was also a little challenging in being half set within a rising bank - so I had to remove about 3 ton of soil to get it level (it doesn’t look like much from the photos but the foundations are half a metre deeper at the rear). After waiting for the bricks to properly set for a couple of weeks the trench around the wall will be filled in so the greenhouse properly becomes part of the land!
I’m really looking forward to getting back here but it’s going to be a few weeks - I’m off to Devon to build another large base next week, then Devon again to complete the installation of one already started (see link). Then Milton Keynes and finally to the east coast to complete one I started a couple of weeks ago in a beautiful location beside a stream. An exciting few weeks then - I’ll post photos of each on my weekly returns.