Tel: 01582 603707 

Niche Brickworks 

Housing Development 
To deal with the challenges presented within this sector requires experience, and 40 years of sub-contracting has taught us a great deal about housing development and working to your exacting bricklaying standards. 
We put this bricklaying experience to good use, and coupled with an understanding of the constantly changing industry, we are able to achieve better quality control, ever-higher standards, tighter programmes and total cost solutions. With your developments consistently winning top awards, you can be sure that you will be getting the highest standard of workmanship in your bricklaying and brickworks. 
We are currently working with... 
Berkeley Homes 
Miller Homes 
Persimmon Homes name but a few 
For more information about Midcliff Ltd please call us on 01582 603707 or alternatively please click here to complete our short contact form. 
Midcliff Ltd - Your trusted Brickwork partner for the Home Counties and North London 
Case study 

Berkeley Homes 

“Midcliff have always performed well for us” 
Over 25 years, Berkeley has built a reputation for extremely well designed and constructed residential developments across London and the Home Counties. Projects frequently include leading edge innovation and renovating architectural heritage on the same site. 
The Challenge 
Members of Berkeley have known Midcliff for ten years. Although projects can be technically challenging, they have to go through a competitive tendering process to provide brickworks services. 
Two recent projects, which were built simultaneously, were a 126 plot new build development on King Harry Lane, St Albans and a large-scale renovation of the Carmelite Monastery in Golders Green with the addition of premium homes within the grounds. 
The St. Albans site was extremely crowded and so the materials required to build various large care homes, Key Worker Housing and private properties had to be delivered immediately before they were due to be used. There was only one access road into the monastery grounds so co-ordination was vital. 
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