Listed below are summaries of many of our projects from the last few years.
15A Kensington Palace Gardens: Extensive conservative repair, upgrading and a major extension to the accommodation of the Grade II Listed residence for the Crown Estate.
Elder Street, Spitalfields, East London: 37 residential flats in the Spitalfield Conservation Area abutting the weavers' cottages of circa 1724 to 1787 and Listed Grade II* and II.
Wineham, West Sussex: Extension to a previous untouched Wealden house of circa 1390 to create a storm porch. Listed Grade II, the timbers for the porch were felled on the estate for the construction of the porch
Ewhurst Place, Sussex: Listed Grade II* and on the site of a Scheduled Monument. Restoration of an early Tudor moated manor house.
St. Hughs, Sussex: New development of 5 houses.
Waddon Manor: Repairs and services installation renewal to Listed Grade I Elizabethan manor.
Cowarth Park Farm: Adaptation, extension, repair and restoration.
Fort Belverdere: Extension, repair and restoration to former home of Edward, the Prince of Wales.
Syon Park: Repairs to Syon Park for Their Graces the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland.
The Nunnery: Restoration and extensions to Listed II* Elizabethan home.
Spitbank Fort, The Solent: Repairs and restoration of the Schedule Ancient Monument and adaptation as a home.
St Helen's Fort, The Solent: Restoration and conversion of the Scheduled Ancient Monument into a weekend retreat.
Monkton House: Extension to Lutyens Grade I house and repairs.
Church House: Repairs to Listed Grade II former rectory and upgrade to C21st.
Ringers Farm: New build oak framed extension to Grade II Elizabethan home.
Magpie Cottage: Alterations and extension to C20th cottage.
Oak tree cottage: Addition of a entrance porch constructed from a tree in the garden.
Bournemouth Pavilion: new built extension to award winning principal leisure centre.
Syon Park: New visitor entrance and interpretation centre and rectory for the public for Their Graces the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. Grade I.
Hurst Castle: New facilities for the visiting public, repairs.
Osborne House: Repair and restoration to Grade I Royal Palace home of Queen Victoria.
Holy Trinity Church, Reading: Emergency works to save the stone bellcote from collapse resulted in a total reconstruction using the original stone but with the original constructional defects removed.
St Giles' Church, Horsted Keynes: Major restoration of the ancient fabric was funded by English Heritage and completed in 2007.
All Saints Church, Fleet: Major repairs as a result of a major fire which destroyed the roof and much of the interior.
The Parish Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Headley: Additional external facilities.
Warlingham Methodist Church: Major reordering.
The St. Margaret's Church, West Hoathly: New two storey extension to provide new facilities.
Roehampton: research leading to finding one of the most wonderous decorative interiors, repairs and restoration to Listed Grade I privatechapel used by the Pope.
Finnish Church: Adaptation to meet changing use, renewal and upgrade.
Edenbridge Church: Adaptation of under-utilized space, repair and restoration.
Horsted Keynes Church: Extension, repair and restoration.
St Hugh's Charterhouse: Surveyor of the fabric of the Grade I Carthusian monastery.
Sullington Church: Inspecting Architect and repairs to Grade I Saxon Church.
Reading Minster: Surveyor of the Fabric to the Grade I Minster founded 969AD.
Wendover Church: Total renewal of the interior and services installation upgraded to C21st for multi-use and repairs to the Listed Grade II* fabric.
Mapledurham Church: Repairs and restoration to Grade I church.
Waldron Church: Repairs to Listed Grade I fabric.
Brighton Synagogue: Restoration and repair to Grade II* building with second finest interior in Brighton.
Claremont: Adaptation to meet changing needs, repair and restoration to Grade I former palace of Queen Victoria.
Barn: Reuse of derelict building as the practice office.
Parham Park, Sussex: Listed Grade I in extensive deer park itself included in the Register of Parks and Listed with outbuildings Listed Grade II” and II.
Deepdene Gardens, Dorking Surrey: C18th landscaped garden on the South of the town in the grounds of Deepdene House from which the Southern Railway conducted the operations during WWII, repair of the garden structures.
Hatchlands, Surrey: Repairs and restoration
Brambletye Old Manor: consolidation of the standing remains of the House of Sir Henry Compton built 1631 and blown-up by Cromwell's troops.
Treyford Old Church: Saving of the standing remains on the cusp of lost to mankind by consolidation of Listed Grade I fabric.
Fort Brockhurst: Repair and restoration.
Horsesands Fort, The Solent: Conditions survey and report on reuse.
Sedgwick Castle: Consolidation of the standing remains of the Scheduled Ancient Monument, and owner.
West Dean: Award winning reconstruction of roof to early Mediaeval Listed dovecote to conserve the historic fabric as a garden feature.
Bournemouth Station: conditions report, research and restoration.
Aldwych House: Conservation consultant to facilities management team.
Windmill: Total repair and recording of Listed Grade II* post windmill.