Conservation & Restoration

The North East has a notable stock of historic and listed buildings. The practice is experienced in the conservation and management of a wide range of these, from castles, farm buildings and country houses to churches, industrial structures and some significant buildings of the early twentieth century.

Preparation of condition surveys and reports is an area we have a great deal of experience in and we are able to work through strategic options for the care and protection of historic fabric with our clients. Very often the work will involve the bringing together of modern technology and traditional materials and workmanship to stabilise structures either for improved current use or for the benefit of future generations.

Working closely with English Heritage and with local authority Planners and Conservation Officers across the region, we have established good working relationships over many years which allow for clear exchanges of ideas and improved understanding. We have found this to be a beneficial rather than prohibitive process which tests the ideas behind the decisions and ensures that what is delivered is of the highest quality.

Churchill on manoeuvres

> Conservation & Restoration. Also found under Statues & War Memorials. View Churchill on manoeuvres

Coquet Island, Northumberland

Conservation & Restoration > Heritage. View Coquet Island, Northumberland

Reordering at Holy Cross Church, Ryton

Conservation & Restoration > Churches. View Reordering at Holy Cross Church, Ryton

The Black Barn, Towhouse, Hexham

> Conservation & Restoration. Also found under Heritage. View The Black Barn, Towhouse, Hexham

The Vicar’s Pele, Market Place, Corbridge

> Conservation & Restoration. Also found under Monuments. View The Vicar’s Pele, Market Place, Corbridge

Felton Park Glasshouse Northumberland

Conservation & Restoration > Heritage. View Felton Park Glasshouse Northumberland