Looking good-Do keep us posted!
Good looking build and suitable for loads of periods. One thing I would suggest if you don't mind me saying is how about modern buildings? There's lots of MDF and resin out there for Dark Ages to the 17th-18th Centuries, Sci-Fi and near future for example but few 21st Century suitable in plastic.
No major manufacturer save for GW's own kits that I can recollect are available in plastic except Perry Miniatures (more of that later).
Contemporary buildings, diner, shops, offices, bus stops and street furniture for example simply aren't out there in plastic. Resin and MDF yes and most are excellent, but no plastics. There are railway kits, Hornby etc, but none, or at least very few are truly suitable for 28mm.
Perry seem to be the exception, and their plastic kits are very versatile most are suitable for up to the present day, the church kit for example. As far as I know however, there are no modern high street (UK and Europe) types for your heroes to fight off riots, bank robbers, zombies, terrorists, or aliens for example. If anyone knows of any please let me know.
I really like whats out there in MDF and own some resin kits though the quality varies from fantastic to never to be painted. The MDF kits for the most part feature great details, they're versatile and the price is right for what I've seen, but if I could get modern, basic plastics at the right price, then I'd be sorely tempted.
It's amazing what 3D printing can do and it's still in it's infancy