Neath Farm Industrial Site, Cambridgeshire

Foxglove Contracting Limited undertook the removal of asbestos and completed demolition of the former cold storage facility in order for Bloor Homes Limited to redevelop the site for residential use.

Most all the former cold storage buildings contained insulation materials that had to be removed, prior to demolition.

Final Stages Of Demolition of Cold Storage Facility

Recycled Site Won Materials

Trial Holes For The Archaeologists

Client Testimonial

We found Foxglove Contracting Limited to be helpful and professional. We would have no hesitation in recommending them to others.
Bloor Homes

Cherry Orchard Secondary School, Northants

Demolition Contractors

Foxglove Contracting Limited carried out the removal of asbestos and total demolition of this reinforced, two storey 1960’s school over a 12 week programme.

All of the concrete and brickwork was recycled for our client and was used in the construction phase of Bellway Homes limited redevelopment.

Works were completed on programme to our client’s satisfaction.


  • Demolition
  • Remediation
  • Within budget
  • On time
  • Recycled existing materials

Mini Gallery

Demolition Contractors

Client Testimonial

The success of this project was down to the sheer professionalism shown to us by Foxglove Contracting Ltd. We would have no problem in recommending them for any demolition jobs.
Bellway Homes, Feb 2012

Short’s Building, Bedford

Demolition & Refurbishment of Short’s Building, Cardington, Bedford

Foxglove Contracting Limited carried out part-demolition and strip out of Short’s Building at former RAF Cardington for Bellway Homes Limited.

Foxglove Contracting Limited joined forces with Gray & Sons (Builders) Limited to successfully carry out the stripping back of the structure so that Bellway Homes Limited were able to convert the building for residential use.

The demolition, strip out works and associated installation of new structural steelworks was completed in 20 weeks at a cost of approximately £0.5 million.