Leicester Cathedral Revealed

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 […]

Bridge Street, Worksop

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 […]

Lincoln Medieval Bishops’ Palace

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 […]

Samuel Wyatt Vinery Holkham Estate

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 […]

Western Suite Stowe House

Stowe School is a selective independent school in Stowe, Buckinghamshire. It was opened on 11th May 1923. Originally for boys only, the school is now coeducational, with some 550 boys and 220 girls. Along with many of the other buildings on the school’s estate, the main house is now a Grade I Listed Building. Project […]

Oxburgh Hall Norfolk

Despite being built during the Wars of the Roses, Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk was never intended to be a castle but a family home. Completed in 1482 for Sir Edmund Bedingfeld, the family has lived here ever since and continues to call it home today. Project Summary Extensive roof repairs and stabilization are underway, following […]

Beverley Minster

For over 1300 years there has been a Christian community on the site of Beverley Minster. The first community was founded by John, Bishop of York – the future Saint John of Beverley. Later, a Norman church was built on the site followed by the present Gothic church which evolved through the three main Gothic […]

Bridge and Boundary Wall Castle Acre Priory

The team have been working at the site of Castle Acre Priory for over 10 years now and, as a result, have a wealth of experience with its fabric. Dating from the 11th century, the flint remains of the priory are some of the best in the country, most notably the west end which includes […]

Priory Row Coventry

The Lychgate cottages in Coventry’s city centre are three timber-framed properties dating back to around 1415. The building’s location and date indicate that it originally formed part of the precinct of the 12th century St Mary’s Priory, and is the only upstanding building which survives from the priory complex. Project Summary A perfect example of […]

The Oratory House Birmingham

The Oratory, located in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham, was founded in 1849 by St John Henry Newman. The living quarters of the community is called the Oratory House and served as Newman’s home from 1852 – 1890, apart from four years that he spent in Ireland. Project Summary Messenger was awarded the contract to […]