John Youngs began construction on Hopton Village Hall in January 2010, replacing a hall that dated back decades and reflected the building vogue of those years - from asbestos to Crittall metal windows.
John Youngs began work on this listed Boulton and Paul Conservatory in August 2009. The conservatory measures some 20 metres by 8 metres and is part of Carrow House in Norwich, itself a listed building on which John Youngs has carried out a previous refurbishment.
The environmental improvement works comprised the re-roofing of 1,200 square-metre Carrow House, a Victorian mansion in central Norwich. The building currently houses the Costume and Textile Study Centre but was previously the home of the Colman family.
The Narthex, Norwich, St.John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral
John Youngs began work on the Narthex at St John's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Norwich, in February 2009. The grade I listed cathedral is considered to be the most complete example of neo-gothic ecclesiastical architecture in the country and has been designated as one of the city's 12 most important buildings
Biomass Boiler, Roman Catholic Cathedral of St.John the Baptist, Norwich
John Youngs began work on a new Eco-Mass boiler for the cathedral after completing 'The Narthex' project in January 2010 as the cathedral decided to adopt a new-age approach to its use of natural resources.