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We have, over many years, played a crucial role in numerous high-profile exemplar projects to conserve, refurbish or facilitate sympathetic change of use for a wide variety of heritage projects. 

The diverse consultancy services we provide include survey and investigation, structural assessment, planning support and detailed civil and structural design of listed building refurbishment.  In undertaking this culturally important work, we have developed a thorough understanding of the strict regulatory compliance and comprehensive consultation required to obtain the necessary consents and approvals needed from national bodies such as English Heritage.

Projects

Blackpool Tower

Blackpool Tower is an iconic grade 1 listed landmark and a great feat of Victorian engineering. Built in 1894 and standing at 518 feet, the steel structure is not the only part of the tower complex as...

Key contacts: Colin Langford

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Somerleyton Road, Brixton

Somerleyton Road is an exciting community partnership that will see around 303 new homes, a theatre, a range of mixed uses including a new flexible community space, an educational space, cultural and ...

Key contacts: David Hurren Helen Payne

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Acre Mills Huddersfield New Out Patient facility

The development involved the conversion and extension of a Grade II Listed former wire factory in Lindley to facilitate the increasing requirement for healthcare premises. The refurbished and modernis...

Key contacts: Dominic Ginty Karen Sinclair

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Hicking Building, Nottingham

The Hicking Building represents the flagship development for the Southside regeneration Nottingham City Centre.

The development consists of the revolution of 4 listed iron framed textil...

Key contacts: Colin Langford

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Adam's Building, Nottingham

Originally built for 600 workers involved in lace production, the Adams Building was considerably extended to cope with a rapid growth in demand for its quality products. It is now the home of Clarend...

Key contacts: Mark Jones

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