Christmas Crafting is back at Messenger. This year’s everyday item was a light bulb and we’ve had plenty of bright ideas!
Leicester Cathedral is the mother church for the Diocese of Leicester and the seat of the Bishop of Leicester. King Richard III was reburied in the Cathedral in 2015 following the discovery of his remains in what was the friary of Greyfriars. Project Summary Through the Leicester Cathedral Revealed project, the cathedral aspires to be […]
Worksop Central is set for widespread regeneration and growth over the next 20 years or so. The Town Council has a long-term vision and objectives for the town centre and its surrounds, with the overarching aim of reinvigorating the town centre offer, to ensure Worksop’s central area is better able to adapt and grow, to […]
The famous Christmas markets are returning to Lincoln between 2nd – 5th December and we’re busy getting into the Christmas spirit!
Lincoln Medieval Bishops’ Palace was built in 1163 to house the Bishop of Lincoln who would be at the head of the largest diocese, making it one of the most important buildings in the country. The English Civil War was the main cause of the ruin of the palace as it was set on fire […]
A fantastic transformation of the Thomas Messenger Glasshouse in the Holkham Walled Gardens. Completed in two phases with bespoke made ironmongery to match the original designs and a new bell for the tower cast with the Holkham Emblem by John Taylor & Co of Loughborough.
We are pleased to announce that we now have an in-house Gas Safe registered engineer!
Situated opposite the main gates to the Holkham Walled Gardens, the Samuel Wyatt Vinery was built to house a collection of vines, exotic flowers and fruit trees for the Coke of Norfolk (1st Earl, 2nd Creation). Built in 1890’s, the vinery was part of a wider phase of buildings, all designed by the architect Samuel […]
The 15th century Magazine Gateway sits as a dramatic landmark entrance to the De Montfort’s University’s campus. Our conservation team have recently completed a six-month project to carry out much-needed repairs and restoration work at one of Leicester’s finest medieval buildings.
Project Summary Cavity barriers. Insulation Client: Berkeley Homes Architect: – Duration: – Completion: – Value: £757k Share: Share on email Share on twitter Share on linkedin Related Projects View Full Portfolio