The plans in themselves were helpful but lacked an overall picture of what the kiln would look like. Thankfully there were enough intact arch bricks and the entire wicket (though I've subsequently had to remake this from fresh HTI26's) to enable me to piece together with the help of the plans a structure and plan.
The bricks, plan and burners (yet to be fully tested) cost me £200. I have had to buy an additional 80 HTI26 refractory bricks, ceramic paper, ceramic blanket and Supalux board and have also had to commission the frame from a local metalworks near Stroud. This would make the total cost of materials, original bricks and plans bro £800.
Building the kiln was, however, frustrated by the need for it to have a home to live in. There being no other structure to house it the first teas was to build a shed.