If you are considering repairs, alterations, reinstatement or adaptations to Listed Buildings or properties within Conservation Areas, a consultation with our Specialist Conservation Architect can provide invaluable advice during the decision making process. Our consultations could cover a range of topics, dependent in your needs, to assess the viability of your proposals, inform you on how best to conserve the historical character of the building or area, advise you on what planning and other statutory consent applications will be required and provide you with a plan of the next steps.
If you are restoring a historic property to its previous architectural glory, we would initially conduct a range of assessments designed to appraise the existing condition of the building to deduce what repair and conservation works are required. Following on from this, we would develop a Schedule of Works required to preserve and restore the historical architecture of the building in addition to a Maintenance Plan, if required, to ensure the sustainability of the conservation project.
We have extensive experience of Project Managing historic building conservation projects, including sourcing local contractors specialising in built heritage repairs and ensuring that historically accurate methods, materials and architectural details are used at all times. Under the Construction Design Management 2015 Regulations, we can fulfil the role of Principle Designer for the duration of your project to ensure that all health and safety aspects of the scheme are adhered to.