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The practice was founded in 1989 and specialises in the repair and alteration of historic buildings, structures set in historic landscapes, and the design of new structures in sensitive environments  the preparation of conservation plans, quinquennial inspections, care and maintenance plans.


The range of building types encompasses churches, park buildings, large and small houses and institutional buildings.


We have experience of dealing with historic buildings from medieval period right through to the late twentieth century and enjoy the challenges set by buildings with complex histories. We believe it important to integrate the evidence contained within the fabric of the buildings with the documentary evidence relating to the building and its uses; wherever possible we undertake this research work ourselves.


We work within a network of consultants from other disciplines and can readily access quantity surveying, landscape architecture, structural engineering, services engineering, planning supervisor, conservators and archaeological consultancy advice.


Historic buildings are owned by a wide variety of organisations and individuals. Our clients have included English Heritage, the National Trust, local authorities, Anglican, Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches, Stoke Park Club and the Churches Conservation Trust.




Stoke Park
Burgh House