We’ve successfully delivered repair and regeneration projects for Grade I and II* listed castles, public buildings, country houses, Scheduled Monuments, listed churches and Manor Houses, as well as new sustainable design and use of alternative technologies.
We’re specialists in the assessment of historic buildings and structures. This involves: giving advice and recommendations on their current condition, options appraisals and feasibility studies for repair and development and, importantly, protection of their ‘sense of place’.
This includes a building’s historical development, construction techniques and details. We make sure as much information is gleaned about the existing structure, its current situation and condition, before beginning to assess its repair possible alteration. It’s only with this insight that we can effectively resolve technical solutions to future repair strategies and understand the potential for sympathetic improvement.
Not only are we a team of specialists in our individual fields, we act as specialist consultants to other architects who need high-level building conservation advice or technical guidance.
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"The collaboration between architect and contractor has been exceptional and resulted in a restoration of the highest quality. The attention to detail and quality of work have been meticulous. Lime render has been used throughout in accordance with the strictest conservation practice. In spite of encountering difficulties en route, the work has been completed on schedule.”
Chairman of the St Oswald Church's building committee
Eshton Hall is a listed grade II* country house located close to Gargrave in the Parish of Flasby with Winterburn, which is situated in North Yorkshire within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Craven District Council.
We are engaged as the Castle and Estate architects, researching, investigating, surveying, specifying and over-seeing works.