We believe that heritage is more than just material remains, but rather a central part of our identity both as individuals and as part of a wider community. As AABC registered architects, we work closely with you as custodians of heritage environments to conserve, develop, and in many cases, reconsider uses to ensure their continued contribution to modern society.
Our projects range from specialist conservation techniques to the use of modern approaches in design and construction to provide sensitive solutions to development of older buildings. We carry out Quinquennial Inspections and fabric condition surveys on some 150 churches to facilitate planned maintenance.
We have completed award-winning additions to listed buildings and our experience extends to Grade I listings and Schedule Ancient Monuments. We are proactive in gaining funding through English Heritage, Heritage Lottery Fund and other agencies.
Download our Heritage and Conservation brochure to learn more about we can help with your heritage project.
An award winning heritage centre in the heart of the Washburn Valley.View details >
An award winning scheme to provide improved facilities for the homeless in Leeds.View details >
A Grade I listed iconic church in Whitby.View details >
Alterations and refurbishments to a Grade II listed school.View details >
A Conservation Management Plan and consolidation works on a Scheduled Ancient Monument.View details >
A conversion, refurbishment and extension of a complex of Grade II listed farm buildings.View details >
The refurbishment and extension to a Grade II listed former boarding school to form a new community hospital and GP surgery.View details >
A delightful Grade I listed Norman churchView details >