Stable floor conversion

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rs6mra

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I am planning on converting an old stable block to a workshop.
The floor is currently cobblestone and I’m thinking the way forward is to apply a dpm like the ones used below a course of bricks. I’ll then rest 4x2 on this and then level if off, PIR insulation and then plywood.
The stable block is flanked by 3 brick walls and the plan is to have a a single course of blocks at the front and then a timber clad wall on the left and door on the right.
Your thoughts on the above would be most welcome
 

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I've done similar in an outbuilding but laid a floating floor.

iirc was Hardcore/ sand, membrane, polystyrene rigid insulation then chipboard
 
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