Historic Buildings & Conservation
A successful track record of sensitive intervention and restoration of listed and historic buildings.
Our experience covers an array of listed and historic structures including Grade I and Grade 2 listed buildings and masonry ruins.
Our collaborative approach with bodies such as English Heritage and our established relationships with specialist high quality suppliers and specialist contractors such as stone masons ensures that our goal to conserve and restore the fabric and character of the asset to its’ maximum potential is achieved on every project.
In recent years, we have completed four major schemes in Liverpool’s Ropewalks Conservation Area and individual commissions in Cheshire and Manchester. These notable schemes involved sensitive fabric repairs, building component salvage and restoration and alteration and extensions to enable new use.
Butley Hall, Prestbury
Conversion of a Grade 2 listed 17th Century manor house into seven luxury apartments, together with three new build town houses.
Arts Village, Liverpool
An innovative regeneration project, creating a mixed use community development, blending new and restored historic buildings.
Dukes Terrace, Liverpool
A partnering project to restore an historic Liverpool terrace to its original design and create new spaces for living and care.
The Foundry, Liverpool
New build and conversion of historical buildings to create 80 apartments and 5 commercial units in Liverpool city centre
Didsbury Library, Manchester
Conversion, refurbishments and repairs to Grade II listed Didsbury Library.