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Build an outdoor pizza kitchen for less than £100 with The TV Carpenter

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Fancy an outdoor pizza KITCHEN for less than £100? We reveal how to build your own with the help of The TV Carpenter Wayne Perrey

  • We show you how to build an outdoor pizza kitchen that costs less than £100
  • This outdoor pizza kitchen was designed by The TV Carpenter Wayne Perrey
  • The pizza kitchen provides a place for a pizza oven and a tiled worktop 

If you’re looking for an outdoor kitchen for your garden, you may find your online searches lead you to some rather expensive options that can run into thousands of pounds.

So what can you do if you are on a much more restricted budget, even one as low as around £100 or less?

We found a budget way of creating an outdoor kitchen space, ideal if you have a love of making your own pizzas, or want to ditch the pizza oven and use it alongside a barbecue as a cooking spot in the garden.

The option is relatively inexpensive as it requires you to build it yourself, but the creator of this outdoor pizza kitchen Wayne Perrey insists that the design is simple enough that anyone with basic carpentry skills can build it – and he has provided a worksheet and a YouTube video to guide people through the build process.

We reveal how to build this outdoor pizza kitchen that can cost less than £100 if you can find some free pallet wood

We reveal how to build this outdoor pizza kitchen that can cost less than £100 if you can find some free pallet wood

Obviously, the pizza oven is not included in the £100 build cost, so you will have to budget for that separately. An Ooni Karu oven, like that pictured, costs from around £299.

Wayne is know is at The TV Carpenter and is the DIY expert on ITV’s ‘Love Your Weekend’ with Alan Titchmarsh.

He said: ‘You need everything close at hand with an outdoor pizza kitchen, such as fuel for the pizza oven and toppings for the pizza.

‘Hopefully you’ll have the confidence to have a go with my worksheet that explains how it is done.’

‘It doesn’t matter if you go off-piste a bit and develop it in a way that fits your needs.’

The pizza kitchen has been created by Wayne Perry who is known as The TV Carpenter

The pizza kitchen has been created by Wayne Perry who is known as The TV Carpenter

Wayne designed the pizza kitchen around a 60cm square tile. A marble-effect tile can be bought from a high street store for around £15. Unlike real marble, it will not need sealing before it can be used in the pizza kitchen build.

The design also includes some free pallet wood, which comes in maximum lengths of around 120cm. Wayne cut each plank in half to get double use out of it.

You would need to find somewhere to source some free pallets from for the build, try local businesses that get plenty of deliveries, or look online, for them. 

Wayne included 35mm copper piping and threaded it through some Munsen rings to use as a tea towel and oven glove rail.

He explained: ‘Most of the timber is pallet wood, but there are some extra pieces of cheap wood used for the framing.’ 

The extra bits and pieces cost around £20 and so it means that the pizza kitchen could be made it for less than £50 if you had free pallets. This cost does not include the price of the pizza oven itself.

Wayne breaks down the build of the pizza kitchen into easy and digestible steps to follow

Wayne breaks down the build of the pizza kitchen into easy and digestible steps to follow

If you can’t find any free pallet boards, it is possible to buy the required pallets that have been sanded for around £100 from companies such as palletboards.co.uk. They sand them and it is cheaper than buying new wood.

Wayne used 24 pallet lengths for this pizza kitchen in total and cut them in half so they were 60cm each. This would equate to about four pallets worth of wood, depending on pallet size.

Wayne used 35mm copper piping and threaded it through some Munsen rings to use as a tea towel and oven glove rail

Wayne used 35mm copper piping and threaded it through some Munsen rings to use as a tea towel and oven glove rail 

Wayne designed the outdoor kitchen for its height and to use to prepare food. Flour can be used on the tile to make the pizzas, and there is the space to store condiments, so that they are easily at hand. 

He explained: ‘You can add bits and pieces of your own to create a variation on a theme, such as by adding shelves, a cupboard at the base, so any mess is hidden away, or even a sunken sink in the worktop.’

Wayne designed the outdoor kitchen for its height and to use to prepare food.

Wayne designed the outdoor kitchen for its height and to use to prepare food.

Wayne added some shelves so that the pizza toppings could be held close at hand

Wayne added some shelves so that the pizza toppings could be held close at hand

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Barwood Homes invests in Woodville resi scheme (GB)

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Harworth Group plc has completed the sale of an eight-acre land parcel at Woodville, Derbyshire to Barwood Homes for the delivery of 73 new houses. This represents Harworth’s first transaction with the Northampton-based housebuilder. The land parcel forms part of a 53-acre regeneration site which is owned by Beepart Ltd, part of Dyson Group, the Sheffield-based former manufacturer of industrial materials. Harworth is promoting the site on its behalf through a Planning Promotion Agreement. In April 2022, South Derbyshire District Council granted outline consent for the creation of up to 300 homes on the site, in addition to a c.30,000ft² local center with convenience retail and leisure amenities and over 150,000ft² of employment space for a range of uses.

 

The wider site has been unlocked by the delivery of Derbyshire County Council’s Woodville to Swadlincote Regeneration Route, which opened to traffic in December 2021, providing better access to Swadlincote and traffic relief in Woodville, as well as improved connectivity across the site. Preparation works will commence shortly for the next phases of residential and employment land sales at the development.

 

Ed Catchpole, Regional Director for Yorkshire & Central at Harworth, commented: “This sale is a fantastic start to the development at Woodville and we are pleased to welcome Barwood Homes to the site, who will deliver high-quality new housing for the local community. Our focus is now on bringing forward the rest of the development, utilising our extensive experience in the remediation of complex sites, including earthworks and infrastructure, to ready the remaining residential and employment land.”

 

Luke Simmons, Managing Director of Barwood Homes, added: “We are delighted to be working alongside Harworth on this exciting development. The team is looking forward to engaging with the local community as we gear up to deliver a scheme of excellent quality in design, build and service.”

 

Gavin Rosson, Managing Director of Dyson Group, added: “This first sale of a residential portion of the site is an important step in unlocking the full development potential of the whole, something we have been trying to achieve for many years. Such development will help regenerate Woodville and the surrounding area, somewhere we have had a presence since 1967 and are delighted to participate in.”

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Mansion near village home to Premier League footballers mocked for looking like a ‘leisure centre’

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‘It looks like a leisure centre from 1994!’: House hunters mock design for new £4.8m mansion near village popular with Premier League footballers

  • The six-bed mansion in Mobberley, Cheshire has been brought to life using CGI photos
  • The property sits across from Knutsford, home to top flight stars Wayne Rooney, John Stones and Kyle Walker
  • Listed for £4.8m, the house will include a swimming pool, spa, gym, cinema room and safe room for security 

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A six-bed mansion listed for £4.8 million in a sought-after location, popular with Premier League footballers, has been compared to ‘a leisure centre from 1994’.

The three-floored house, which has not even been built yet, has been brought to life using CGI photos.

The property is set to boast an underground garage, swimming pool, sunken spa pool and gym.

There will also be a cinema, games room, music room and a safe room for added security.

However, one house hunter joked: ‘If you are searching for a dream house that looks like a medium sized market town leisure centre, from 1994…

The proposed development (not pictured) is situated close to Knutsford (above) which is popular with Premier League footballers including Wayne Rooney, John Stones and Kyle Walker

The proposed development (not pictured) is situated close to Knutsford (above) which is popular with Premier League footballers including Wayne Rooney, John Stones and Kyle Walker

‘£4.8 million and this baby’s yours.’

 Another added, ‘The multiple toilets and changing rooms just add to that feel.’ 

The house, located in Mobberley, Cheshire is just across from the village Knutsford, home to many top flight stars like Wayne Rooney, John Stones and Kyle Walker. 

The six-bed pad will be set in six acres of land amid the countryside and will have a lift linking all the floors for maximum luxury.

The house – which has just been reduced in price – is being sold by Savills and advertised through Rightmove.

The listing reads: ‘A rare opportunity to create a unique and spectacular family home offering over 22,500 sq ft of accommodation set in approx six acres of land.

‘The property when completed will offer incredibly light, airy, spacious accommodation.

‘The accommodation is thoughtfully laid out over three floors with a flexible layout that is ideal for modern family living and entertaining on a grand scale.’

Home hunters have compared the house to a council-run leisure centre due to its appearance from the outside

Home hunters have compared the house to a council-run leisure centre due to its appearance from the outside

One user added: 'The multiple toilets and changing rooms just add to that feel'

One user added: ‘The multiple toilets and changing rooms just add to that feel’

One comment read, 'Confused by this. Does the insane price tag actually include the cost of the build? 'It says it's an "opportunity to create"

One comment read, ‘Confused by this. Does the insane price tag actually include the cost of the build? ‘It says it’s an “opportunity to create” 

One comment read, ‘Confused by this. Does the insane price tag actually include the cost of the build? ‘It says it’s an “opportunity to create”.

‘Are you just getting the land and planning permission? And for that right I’d like a few more of the CGI images since you can’t actually, you know, view it.’

Another user replied: ‘I think that’s just the land.

‘Crazy eh, it’s been reduced a few times too, unsurprisingly.’

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Thackeray Group sells London office development for over €35.5m (GB)

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Thackeray Group has sold its Assembly Rooms office development in Putney to a private investor for more than €35.5m (£30m).Assembly Rooms is the first new office development in Putney for over a decade. Designed by Jo Cowen Architects, it provides 26,624ft² of office and retail space over basement, ground, and three upper floors, as well as a gym and panoramic roof terrace to ensure a healthy work-life balance. The Assembly Rooms was designed to ensure a highly sustainable destination through reducing energy usage, increasing positive environmental diversity, and its commitment to the health and well-being of employees.

 

The development was put on the market in April after it was let to Gallaher Limited and NatWest. Gallaher Limited signed a 10-year lease for the 22,218ft² of office space, while NatWest signed a 15-year lease for a 4,406ft² bank on the ground floor and basement.

 

Antony Alberti, CEO and co-founder of Thackeray Group, said: “The sale of the Assembly Rooms follows the successful completion of our business plan for the development and endorses our decision to carry out the first office development in Putney for a decade. It takes our disposals so far this year to £70 million, which provides us with equity for reinvestment into more active opportunities”.

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