Cannon Park


Client: Jerram Falkus
Residential joinery project: Cannon Park 
Architect: RG+P
Project type: Design and build, housing development
Joinery requirements: Kitchen full fit-out, bathroom, bedroom 
Address: Cannon Hill Lane, Morden, London


The client

Jerram Falkus Development is a subsidiary of the Jerram Falkus Construction Group, which primarily focuses on the acquisition, renovation or construction of residential properties.

Having a close link to the company they approached the joinery and tasked us with their latest residential joinery project.


Custom made kitchen

Located in idyllic suburbia, we worked with a mix of five detached and semi-detached new build and existing properties. We set the below objectives:

  • Supplying and installing five Kitchens, including solid white HI_Macs worktops and island tops
  • Five utility rooms, with contrasting grey matt/gloss doors (matt on the island units, gloss on the base and wall units)
  • Integrated appliances
  • HI MAC tops in Nordic White with undermounted stainless steel sinks and drainer grooves in worktop
  • Pop up electrical sockets in the island units
  • Pull out larder units
  • Bespoke cloakroom unit to enclose boiler and pipework
  • Bespoke housing to boilers to match kitchen units
  • Hob splashbacks- stainless steel by Smeg
  • The fronts were a combination of T&As #238 A New Level Grey, #352 Flood Stone, White Carcasses Bar handles and AEG Appliances.

Bespoke bathroom vanity units

The project also included Whit HI_Macs bathroom surfaces.

Bedroom refurbishment

Skirting and windows were installed by Falkus Joinery


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Client:Redwood Contractors/Paragon
Hutchison Kivotos Architects
Project type:
Clothworkers’ Hall, supply & fit
Joinery requirements: 
male and female cloakroom refurbishment
Dunster Court, London, EC3R 7AH


The client

Falkus joinery supplied and fitted a range of joinery for Clothworkers’ Company male cloakroom refurbishment and subsequent second phase including joinery for the female cloakroom and replace the original door with a highly secure solid cherry door set.

The materials

The first phase items included building an American cherry solid and veneered cloakroom counter with a bronze countertop, sequenced Cherry veneered cubicle doors and solid cherry frames. Solid cherry mirrored vanity units and matching metal and cherry veneer pigeon hole unit.


The results

The finish throughout was a mixture of 20% clear AC lacquer, and white PU lacquer with other material including Forbo desktop material and powder coated metal.

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