Offices and Showroom
The new Trinity office and HQ. Trinity purchased the former stables and forge in 2018 in its current run down state as a vehicle repair garage. The building was originally erected as part of the terminus of the Surrey Iron Railway which was a plateway for horse-drawn waggons which ran between Wandsworth and Merstham. This building is of historic interest in being a rare survival from the earliest days of railway-building construction. With much care and expert attention to detail, we were able to restore the building to its former glory whilst maintaining its listed character and with a sympathetic new addition to the building it is now not only home to Trinity, but also a natural stone supplier's showroom.
Decimal Court was one of Trinity's earliest projects which entailed a partial office conversion and a new build, block. This resulted in a total of 13 apartments directly adjacent to Purley train station, an ideal location with fantastic train links for London commuters.
Trinity is currently going through the planning process for this scheme bringing 22 apartments to the London Borough of Croydon. It has been sensitively designed with its surroundings in mind and will replace an industrial workshop which currently appears totally out of keeping with the area.
Our project adjacent to Kenley station is now complete and available to buy. It has been designed to create a unique scheme that provides much needed housing to the area. The conciliatory Architecture gives a modern feel but also sits sensitively into its surroundings. Being directly adjacent to Kenley Station it provides the ideal hospice for both commuters and nature lovers.