Our Projects

We have worked on more than 90 projects in 19 years - from Cornish palaces to Northern Irish gaols; from listed rollercoasters to industrial mills.

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This vast Victorian building at Grimsby Port has been left abandoned and its dereliction sits side-by-side with the wider economic decline of the area. When industry is lost, its associated buildings lose their purpose and are often left empty and neglected.

The Palace was built by Edmund Earl of Cornwall in 1292. In 1337, the Black Prince was created the first Duke of Cornwall and he made this Palace the administrative centre. It was from here the Duchy was managed and developed a strong association with the tin mining industry.

Armagh Gaol consisted of three prisons - one for women, one for debtors and one for felons. Executions were common, taking place in the Gaol square, but were later moved behind the prison walls.

We helped them develop a strategy to set up a local building preservation group and supported a phased approach which allowed the regeneration to build up over time, with careful consideration to the preservation of the heritage and supporting the community's needs.

Restoring an attractive 18th Century building in a rural market village in County Down with the support of the BRICK programme. 

An ornate Edwardian Grade II public halls in London SE25, being brought back to life by a community group, The Stanley People’s Initiative (SPI) and supported by the BRICK programme.

We worked with Bletchley Park Trust to begin the restoration of one of the most important historic sites in the country. The huts at Bletchley housed highly secret communications, cipher and code operations.

The last surviving Georgian open-air pool in the country; being restored as a publically accessible swimming pool in stunning surroundings.

The site compromises of two mid-19th century flagstone workers' cottages of just two rooms each. Several similar cottages were built during this time as the height of the flagstone industry.

Scots Baronial style former family home and one time Museum of Costume, set within the beautiful Dumfries countryside will now be a focal point for the local community. With support from the BRICK programme. 


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