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Welcome to the Lowfield Timber Frames monthly newsletter, bringing you the latest news, projects and events. 

While the construction industry remained buoyant throughout the pandemic, the whole industry is currently facing unprecedented times, with material shortages and soaring costs putting added pressure on the supply chain.
We are however feeling very positive about the future and are still seeing large amounts of enquiries being sent our way. We also have a number of very exciting projects coming up.

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Latest News

Responding To The Climate Emergency

Lowfields have seen a rapid increase in demand for passiv haus builds over recent years.

Having previously completed the first passiv haus social housing scheme in Powys, a new build primary school in Welshpool and a social housing development in Shropshire, the firm have secured even more passiv haus projects for the future including several schools and council led residential schemes... READ MORE

Lowfield get involved with community project

Over the last few years we have seen the size of our builds get bigger and bigger and the majority of our work being large commercial projects such as hotels, schools and housing developments, that’s why when we get an opportunity to get involved in community projects that benefit our local area, we jump at them.. READ MORE

Extra care unit set to open Summer 2021

The £9m extra care scheme was built in Aberystwyth by main contractors Anwyl Partnerships for Wales and West Housing Association. The building will provide 24 hour on site care and support for those needing more assistance.
Lowfield’s supplied and erected the timber frame kit for the 4 storey 5690m2 project located at Pen yr Angor, Trefechan, with magnificent views over the town and harbour.. READ MORE

Home-Grown Homes Give Sarn a Smaller Carbon Footprint

Contributing to Welsh Government’s 20,000 target of new high quality and energy efficient homes which are affordable to run, a Home-Grown Homes development in Sarn, Powys, uses Welsh timber and has achieved Passivhaus standards. 
Designed to test interventions that could positively impact the Welsh timber industry, the Home-Grown Homes project aims to bring low-carbon social housing to Wales

Project Gallery Spotlight

Callaughtons Ash, Much Wenlock


Callaughtons Ash in Much Wenlock, Shropshire is a certified exemplar Passivhaus scheme consisting of a mix of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom homes for social rent and shared ownership.

Lowfield Timber Frames translated the architect’s designs to create a fully bespoke timber system, applying a fabric first approach that requires minimal energy. The fabric first approach enables comfortable lifestyles for residents while minimising operational costs.


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