Payne & Lyttle Construction Ltd

Payne & Lyttle Construction Ltd was formed in North West London with directors now residing in Henley-on-Thames (Oxfordshire) and Hitchin (Hertfordshire). We are a refreshing Masonry Construction service that meets the clients needs with our quality workmanship, reliability and positive attitude. Quality workmanship isn't a thing of the past.

Trades

  1. Bricklaying
  2. Repointing
  3. Stonemasonry
  4. Driveways (Paved & Loose Surface)

About Payne & Lyttle Construction Ltd

Payne & Lyttle Construction Ltd was formed and is still based in North West London with directors now residing in Henley-on-Thames (Oxfordshire) and Hitchin (Hertfordshire) so our work spans between the two areas. We mainly work in the London sub-urban areas, also areas such as Essex, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, completing work ranging from Groundwork/Foundations to a finished House or Extension, Fancy garden walls and Restoring and Repairing Brickwork/Stonework.

Qualifications

City & Guilds Level 1 and 2 in Brickwork
NVQ Level 3 in Brickwork/Management
CSCS Registered
Abrasive Wheels Certified
First Aider
Mobile Tower Certified

- Brickwork/Blockwork
- Pointing
- Lime Mortar Specialists
- Stonework
- Block Paving/Slabbing
- Groundwork
- Concreting

Insurance

Public Liability Insurance

Limit of indemnity: £5,000,000.00
Valid until: 11th Jan 2024

Latest reviews

  • Rebilding garden retains wall.

    The job was carried out in an efficient and timely manner and I only can recommend this company.

  • Boundary brick wall repair

    Albert and his team came to do some restoration work on our 200 yr old boundary wall. They did a great job, and looks super. Albert was a gentleman and his team very helpful.
    Highly recommend!
    Thanks again

  • Repointing of multiple external walls

    Mark and his team were excellent. They provided a competitive price, attended on the day they said they would and most importantly completed the work to a really high standard.

    They matched the bricks and mortar perfectly to existing which wasn’t an easy job as there are different types of brick and mortar in our old Edwardian house! I’m really grateful to Mark and would be happy to use him on future projects.