In general, a new bathroom will take 1-2 weeks to install. This will vary depending on the size of the bathroom and the range of new units. Tiling and installing underfloor heating will make this time significantly longer. Also factor in redecoration, flooring and potentional ventilation.
The Hope Valley is a rural area centred on the village of Hope, Derbyshire in the Peak District in the north Midlands of England. The name also relates to the blog post town that includes the surrounding villages. Although the Hope Valley seems a single valley, the name of the river changes numerous times. The head of the valley exists below Mam Tor at Castleton. From here, the Peakshole Water flows to Hope, where it goes into the reduced reaches of the River Noe, which has moved from Edale. The Noe then moves to Bamford, where it goes into the River Derwent, which has travelled about ten miles from Bleaklow. The valley is currently practically the Derwent Valley, yet the term "Hope Valley" is still made use of as the Derwent flows via Hathersage and Grindleford. Other streams in the location consist of the Burbage Brook, which runs down from Burbage Valley through Padley Gorge and also right into the River Derwent near Grindleford station. The location is a prominent tourist destination, especially as the Hope Valley Line railway from Sheffield to Manchester goes through it, from the western end of the Totley Tunnel near Grindleford to the eastern end of the Cowburn Tunnel near Edale. In the centre of the valley is a long-established cement factory, the UK's largest, run by Hope Construction Materials. It is rather well known in your area since it is a famous industrial operation in the middle of a National Park and also is very visible from lots of places. However, the factory supplies useful regional employment outside the tourism market.