Stunning Oak Framed Complexes

Our green oak framed equestrian complexes are designed and manufactured to your individual specification, but a great starting point when thinking about a design to suit your own location is the collection of oak-framed stables we have previously constructed around the UK.

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Our Oak Framed Complexes

From small stables to more elaborate oak-framed equestrian buildings, they can be constructed with many different features and in many different styles, including bays for hay, feed and machinery storage.

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  • Stable and garage complex consisting of 2 stables, tack room, two enclosed garage bays with a further one open garage bay and 2 large storage areas and a drive through.

    Stable and garage complex consisting of 2 stables, tack room, two enclosed garage bays with a further one open garage bay and 2 large storage areas and a drive through.

    Length

    18.8m

    Depth

    18.475m

    Bays

    9
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  • One building has a higher eaves height with garage doors and a log store on the side. The other building is partly built over an existing enclosed brick shed and gives two more open car spaces.

    One building has a higher eaves height with garage doors and a log store on the side. The other building is partly built over an existing enclosed brick shed and gives two more ...

    Length

    16m

    Depth

    9.35m

    Bays

    4
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  • Oak framed complex with 6 garage bays, 4 with garage doors. A small workshop/store area and 2 bays have a first floor over which is accessed via an external oak staircase.

    Oak framed complex with 6 garage bays, 4 with garage doors. A small workshop/store area and 2 bays have a first floor over which is accessed via an external oak staircase.

    Length

    18.06m

    Depth

    12.53m

    Bays

    6
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  • An 'L' shaped oak framed garage complex comprising of 5 car bays all with garage doors to make one complete secure area with a large workshop area in the corner.

    An 'L' shaped oak framed garage complex comprising of 5 car bays all with garage doors to make one complete secure area with a large workshop area in the corner.

    Length

    13.82m

    Depth

    11.08m

    Bays

    6
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  • An 'L' shaped oak framed complex offering 2 secure parking spaces with garage doors, 3 open parking spaces one with a higher eaves height, a drive through and a secure workshop / store with a single door access to the rear.

    An 'L' shaped oak framed complex offering 2 secure parking spaces with garage doors, 3 open parking spaces one with a higher eaves height, a drive through and a secure workshop ...

    Length

    17.305m

    Depth

    12.08m

    Bays

    7
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  • An oak framed complex comprising of a 3 bay garage with a first floor accessed by an external oak staircase, 2 bays open parking spaces and the third is enclosed as a storage / workshop area with access via a pair of garage doors. A small link takes you through to a single storey garage secured with garage doors.

    An oak framed complex comprising of a 3 bay garage with a first floor accessed by an external oak staircase, 2 bays open parking spaces and the third is enclosed as a storage / ...

    Length

    11m

    Depth

    11.18m

    Bays

    4
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  • An 'L' shaped complex comprising of a 5 bay garage with upper floor and a 3 bay open car shelter. The five bay garage is secured with 3 sets of garage doors and partitions containing single doors. The first floor is accessed via an oak external staircase.

    An 'L' shaped complex comprising of a 5 bay garage with upper floor and a 3 bay open car shelter. The five bay garage is secured with 3 sets of garage doors and partitions conta...

    Length

    14.23m

    Depth

    14.36m

    Bays

    8
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  • An 'L' shaped complex comprising of 3 stables, a tack room and an open area for hay and straw which has a higher eaves height to accomodate a small tractor.

    An 'L' shaped complex comprising of 3 stables, a tack room and an open area for hay and straw which has a higher eaves height to accomodate a small tractor.

    Length

    12.85m

    Depth

    13.3m

    Bays

    8
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  • An 'L' shaped building split into three sections. One is a single bay garage with garage doors, the second is a small garden store and the third is a small sun room with an opening glazed unit at the front.

    An 'L' shaped building split into three sections. One is a single bay garage with garage doors, the second is a small garden store and the third is a small sun room with an open...

    Length

    8.5m

    Depth

    5.6m

    Bays

    4
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  • An 'L' shaped garage complex that offers 2 seperate enclosed garage bays, one with workshop space as well. Both are enclosed using garage doors. There are 2 open carport spaces and a seperate workshop / store with a single door for access.

    An 'L' shaped garage complex that offers 2 seperate enclosed garage bays, one with workshop space as well. Both are enclosed using garage doors. There are 2 open carport spaces ...

    Length

    12.62m

    Depth

    14.46m

    Bays

    8
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  • This building comprises of two frames. The first is a large square frame with hipped roof and a dovecote at the top. The second frame attached to it comprises of 3 open bays, 2 for cars and the other slightly smaller for garden machinery or motorbikes.

    This building comprises of two frames. The first is a large square frame with hipped roof and a dovecote at the top. The second frame attached to it comprises of 3 open bays, 2 ...

    Length

    15.3m

    Depth

    7.3m

    Bays

    5
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  • This oak framed complex was designed for a customer in Kent and is formed of three different frames. The first frame is a two bay open garage with an enclosed store to the side. The second frame is a three bay link with a set of garage doors to the rear, attached to a three bay building with a solid single door to the front and four full length opening garden room windows to the rear, along with a set of garage doors. To the right hand end there is also an open logstore.

    This oak framed complex was designed for a customer in Kent and is formed of three different frames. The first frame is a two bay open garage with an enclosed store to the side....

    Length

    15.855m

    Depth

    18.755m

    Bays

    8
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  • This oak framed complex has a three bay open garage, a link building, and a one bay garage with a store. The three bay garage is open to the front and has an enclosed store to the rear and the left side. The small link building is accessed via a single door to the front and also has a mullion window. The one bay garage has an enclosed bay next to the link building which is designed for storage, and the garage is accessed via a set of garage doors to the front and has a mullion window. There is also an open logstore to the right hand side.

    This oak framed complex has a three bay open garage, a link building, and a one bay garage with a store. The three bay garage is open to the front and has an enclosed store to t...

    Length

    17.15m

    Depth

    13.7m

    Bays

    7
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  • This oak framed complex has a three bay enclosed garage, a link building and another three bay enclosed garage. The first garage has one set of garage doors to the front and a mullion window. There is an enclosed store to the rear and also an open store to the left hand side. The link building is accessed via a single door to the front and also has a mullion window. The second three bay garage has three sets of garage doors to the front and and enclosed store to the right hand side.

    This oak framed complex has a three bay enclosed garage, a link building and another three bay enclosed garage. The first garage has one set of garage doors to the front and a m...

    Length

    17.44m

    Depth

    11.98m

    Bays

    7
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  • This oak framed complex is formed of four different buildings. The first is a two bay garage with one bay open and one enclosed. The enclosed bay is accessed via the open bay. The second building is a two bay garage with both bays enclosed and accessed via standard garage doors, with trimming for two rooflights. There is also a single door to the right hand bay.The centre building is a two bay enclosed garage with two sets of garage doors to the left hand side and trimming for a rooflight. The final building is a four bay garage or store with two open bays and two enclosed, accessed via the open bays.

    This oak framed complex is formed of four different buildings. The first is a two bay garage with one bay open and one enclosed. The enclosed bay is accessed via the open bay. T...

    Length

    34.35m

    Depth

    6.4m

    Bays

    10
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  • This oak framed complex is comprised of a three bay garage, a two bay link building, and a three bay store. The garage has two enclosed bays, with the left accessed via a single door to the front, and with a mullion window. This is bay is designed to be used as a workshop. The next bay is open to the front and the right bay has a set of garage doors to the front. Upstairs on the first floor there is a dormer with a three pane window. The link building has two bays, with a set of garage doors to the front and a mullion window. The three bay store has two mullion windows to the front and the end bay is open to the front, with an open barn entrance to the front, with a clock tower on the roof.

    This oak framed complex is comprised of a three bay garage, a two bay link building, and a three bay store. The garage has two enclosed bays, with the left accessed via a single...

    Length

    16.35m

    Depth

    11.58m

    Bays

    8
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  • This oak framed home leisure building is formed of two different frames. The first frame is a two bay open garage, and attached to the rear is a three bay garden room. The garden room has a solid wall to the rear and two fully glazed bays to the front. The right hand wall is also fully glazed with full length garden room windows.

    This oak framed home leisure building is formed of two different frames. The first frame is a two bay open garage, and attached to the rear is a three bay garden room. The garde...

    Length

    12.93m

    Depth

    6.1m

    Bays

    5
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  • This oak framed home leisure building is formed of two frames and is designed to be attached to an existing building on the right hand side. The home leisure building has three bays, all fully glazed to the front and left side, with three sets of opening full length garden room windows. To the rear there is a two bay store building, with a single door to the front and two sets of three pane windows to the rear.

    This oak framed home leisure building is formed of two frames and is designed to be attached to an existing building on the right hand side. The home leisure building has three ...

    Length

    10.26m

    Depth

    12.08m

    Bays

    4
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  • This oak framed complex is formed of a three bay garage, a small link building and another three bay garage. The first garage has three enclosed bays, all accessed by sets of garage doors to the front, and has an enclosed logstore to the left side and to the rear. The link building is one bay accessed by a single door to the front and has a mullion window. The other garage has one bay to be used for storage and the other two bays are accessed by a single set of garage doors to the front. There is also an open logstore to the right hand side.

    This oak framed complex is formed of a three bay garage, a small link building and another three bay garage. The first garage has three enclosed bays, all accessed by sets of ga...

    Length

    17.74m

    Depth

    11.85m

    Bays

    7
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  • This oak framed complex is formed of a two bay garage, a small link building and a two bay garage. The first garage has two open bays, with an enclosed store to the rear. The link building is enclosed, with a single door to the front and a mullion window. This is designed to be used as a store or workshop. The other garage has two bays, with the front enclosed and access via a set of garage doors to the left hand side.

    This oak framed complex is formed of a two bay garage, a small link building and a two bay garage. The first garage has two open bays, with an enclosed store to the rear. The li...

    Length

    11.38m

    Depth

    5.6m

    Bays

    4
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  • This oak framed complex is formed of three different buildings; a two storey three bay garage, a small link building, and another three bay garage. The first garage is a two storey building with access via a set of external oak steps to the left. It has three bays, one enclosed and two open. The enclosed bay is accessed by a single door to the front and also has a two pane window. On the first floor there are two dormers, each with a two pane window. The link building is open to the front. The second garage has three bays, one enclosed which attaches to the link building and also has a single door to the left hand side. The other two bays are open and have an enclosed store to the rear.

    This oak framed complex is formed of three different buildings; a two storey three bay garage, a small link building, and another three bay garage. The first garage is a two sto...

    Length

    17.75m

    Depth

    11.38m

    Bays

    7
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  • This two storey oak framed garage is formed of two seperate frames, the first is a three bay garage with the front enclosed and access via two sets of garage doors to the left hand side. The third bay is an enclosed smaller bay to join the two buildings together. The first floor has a set of full length opening garden room doors to the left side and trimming for three rooflights. Attached to this building is a two bay garage with enclosed bays and a single door to the front. There is a two pane window to the front and a three pane window. On the roof there are trimmings for two rooflights and the right side is left open for attaching to an existing building.

    This two storey oak framed garage is formed of two seperate frames, the first is a three bay garage with the front enclosed and access via two sets of garage doors to the left h...

    Length

    13.525m

    Depth

    7.95m

    Bays

    5
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Will an Oak Framed House Extension Require Planning Permission?

To build an oak frame extension onto your property, you will need to adhere to a number of different guidelines around planning permission and the Building Regulations. These are mostly focused on the materials used, the size of the extension you want to build, and its location, but there may be other rules that only apply in your local area as well.

As such, we would always recommend contacting your local authority and asking before beginning any construction work.

To learn more from a professional planning permission guide, or to find out how we can help to ensure that you are granted the permission you need for your installation, please see our page. Alternatively, you can also contact us right away to hear more about this from one of our friendly team members.

How Much Will an Oak Frame Extension Cost?

In general, most of our oak garages, garden rooms, workshops, storage spaces, and other structures will cost somewhere between £5,000 and £30,000. However, to know the specific cost of the extension you would like to build for your property, you will need to speak to our team and tell us more about its size, intended use, and design complexity. This is because each manufactured product is made to the requirements and specifications of the purchaser, meaning that each also comes with a unique price tag.

We will be glad to work with you to calculate the cost of your own planned extension, sorting through each feature you would like to see (and use) in its finished design. Contact us today to get started on listing your specifications and one of our team members will be fully prepared to provide you with a quote.

Why Choose Us?

Below, we’ve listed a few of the reasons customers across the UK have made us their first choice for green oak-framed buildings and structures of exceptional quality:

  • Our products are all Q-Mark certified, meaning they have been made to industry standard
  • Our techniques and processes are all overseen by BM TRADA, one of the strictest and most highly respected certification panels in the UK
  • All products are manufactured from sustainably sourced wood, taken from a specially designated site in France. Three saplings are planted in place of every tree used in our work
  • All trees used in our work are grown and cultivated to be as tall, strong, and straight as possible, minimising waste in the manufacturing process, saving land space, and ensuring that we can keep our prices at competitive rates
  • The timber we use is thoroughly checked and graded upon arrival at our workshops, so that our experts can be sure only the strongest pieces are being used in our products
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Request a Brochure

We understand entirely if you would like the opportunity to browse through a brochure at your own leisure before deciding what you need for your extension. This is why we are more than happy to provide you with your own copy. All you will need to do is leave your details with us on our brochure page and we will email it to you as soon as possible.

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Expand Your Home as You Have Always Wanted

For the ideal solution to expanding your home and creating the most beautiful, comfortable space for all your living and working needs, contact English Heritage Buildings today.

Our team are fully prepared to provide you with a bespoke home extension that meets your noted specifications, exactly as you have asked for them. And within 6 to 8 weeks of the work being signed off, we will be glad to provide the specialist delivery and installation needed to complete the work.

Contact us and start planning on expanding your interior space with the help of our team today, or have any questions you may have answered before placing an order.

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Benefits of Choosing EHBP

  • WE ARE Q-MARK CERTIFIED
  • OUR TIMBER IS VISUALLY GRADED
  • WE DELIVER NATIONWIDE & JERSEY
  • WE HAVE OVER 30 YEARS EXERIENCE
  • WE OFFER FULLY BESPOKE DESIGN
  • WE USE SUSTAINABLY SOURCED TIMBER

Why Choose Us?

With nearly four decades working with green oak, we are at the forefront of our industry and are proud of the work we’ve done in the past and will continue to do in the future.

Q-Mark Certified

We are the UK’s only oak framed building company to carry an EXOVA BM Trada Q-Mark, which means that with us you get a standard that you cannot get elsewhere. 

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Business Award Winners

We are the recent winners of the South East Best Rural Manufacturing Business Award.

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