Tree House

Connecting wood products  to procurement: case studies from The Timber Trade Federation

In Blog, Nicks Timber Information by Nicks Timber

Featured on television’s ‘Grand Designs’ Channel 4 programme in 2017, The Tree House in Dursley, rural Gloucestershire

The owner wished to have Britishgrown wood featuring in the building.  Nicks Timber advised on and sourced relatively local British-grown Larch, and used their knowledge and experience to keep a careful eye on timber quality.

Timber sourcing
Nicks Timber has over 160 years’ experience as a timber merchant and processor in Gloucestershire. From engineered wood products to bespoke materials for projects and joinery, Nicks Timber sources and processes legally-harvested and sustainably-grown timbers under the Timber Trade Federation’s Responsible Purchacing Policy due diligence system. From British Larch to African Sapele, staff advising specificers at Nicks Timber collectively have over 200 years’ expertise to offer, proving that knowledge underpins the supply of Timber You Can Trust.


was designed by Millar Howard Workshop and owner Jon Martin to  merge discretely with
its landscape and cause no damage to surrounding protected trees or their root systems, and enable projected natural growth by the trees to continue unhindered.

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