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Clive Barrington

  When George Bernard Shaw said “nothing is worth doing unless the consequences be serious” Barrington immediately adopted this as his approach to life. He built seriously good houses, planted a forest so he would always have a supply of seriously good wood and grew his own grapes so there was never a shortage of seriously good wine. Fortunately he also built himself some seriously strong relationships with every architect in town and a seriously good team (who do their utmost to take him seriously.) From the outset of every project Barrington is working alongside the architects, designers and clients to make sure what they want is what we deliver. Just better. He’s good at that.
On the days we find Barrington seriously annoying we lock him in his shed and let him play with the timber offcuts. Yes, seriously.
 
 
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He may have started the company but it’s me who has to round him up and supervise his every move.