We’re an established building company based in Bexhill-on-Sea. Initially located at Elva Business Centre we moved at the beginning of 2018 to enjoy a larger workspace for our growing office team, a new head office and to gain a fantastic showroom. You will now find us on The Little Common roundabout.
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Total Project Management History
Total Project Management is a Family run business with over 50 years’ experience passed through generations. Brothers Adam and Ben are Directors, with Adam starting the company in 2011 and from 2013 Ben became a joint Director. TPM have been working throughout the construction industry on refurbishments, developments, new builds and commercial properties and built a great reputation locally. We have transformed all types of properties from being old and tired to luxurious, going out of our way to find the best quality materials to match our clients’ budget. We’re able to offer a vast range of services throughout the building industry with a certified and trained team of tradesman, giving our clients peace of mind. The whole team pride themselves on being efficient, trustworthy and well-presented always. Our professional construction team are qualified throughout all trades allowing us to take on contracts from residential to commercial and developing in Eastbourne, Bexhill, Hastings and surrounding villages. If you would like to know more about those who make up Total Project Management, please take a look at our staff profile
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The Home Hub
The products you will find in our showroom are typically a large investment for many, and our experience has shown that individuals enjoy having the option to see our standard of workmanship and touch the products available, as if they were in their own homes. This takes away some of uncertainty and risk that they may feel. The Home Hub is a one-stop shop for your home or business improvements, with experienced knowledgeable staff who are here to help ensure that you find the right solution. Stepping into our bright modern showroom is the first step to realising your dreams whether that is a new kitchen, your plans for the space under the stairs, or a much fantasised ensuite. You're encouraged to browse leisurely and enjoy a hot drink, allowing you to wander around the displays available and see the samples offered. Here's The Home Hub website
Touch | Dream | Transform
Little Common History
- 1800’s : Farming was the major occupation in Little Common… but it didn’t pay half as well as smuggling. The village had one of the best-known smuggling gangs in East Sussex led by George Gillham (respectable builders and carpenters by day, outrageous smugglers by night!! Who managed to find time to meet at The Wheatsheaf to plan their forays)
- 1803 – 1960 : The Gillhams traded as builders from 1803-1960 and built many of the houses in Little Common
- 1813 : Little Common does not appear on Sussex maps until this year
- 1880’s : Where the Catholic Church now stands was a timber-framed Tudor house at least 500 years old. Opposite that was a grocer run by the Duke family.
- 1950’s : Mr Bob Elliott opened the first bakery business in Little Common. Today it is Bolt Bikes
- The roundabout at Little Common was previously called the Crossways.
- The Little Common war memorial stands 15 feet high, made of very hard granite and was carved by William Bridgland, a survivor of the Somme
- Mr Dick Stride ran the only shop in Little Common village? It was a general store, and he sold everything from bacon to women’s clothes, from black treacle to shoe oil. The shop stood opposite the Post Office at the current Peartree Court
- The oldest part of the Wheatsheaf Inn in Little Common is Tudor
- The old Little Common village pond was on what is now Shepherd’s Close
Total Project Management is pleased to announce that ROB SLATER DIRECTOR OF CLEARWATER SAFETY has joined our team to assist with Health and Safety criteria