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Projects

From the beginning, One Stop Conservation has aimed to provide a joined up service to clients, agents and owners of historic buildings. Like people, each building is different and the needs, problems and solutions, all need to be adapted to each case or individual site. A variety of the schemes that have been advised on are listed below.

Harrow and Wealdstone Police Station

The police station is a grade II listed building is located on the High Street in Wealdstone. The application proposes the refurbishment of the existing disused police station and redevelopment of the site for residential, offices and viable community uses, including a five storey building to the rear.   A site visit was carried out with the surveyor. The Heritage statement supplied, incorporated the application proposals, including a heritage appraisal, background history about the property and explanation of the degree of significance to the fabric affected by the proposals. The Statement was prepared on behalf of Oxley Conservation, in support of both the planning and listed building consent applications.

Heritage statements and heritage appraisals in the south east of England.
 

23 Crocker End, Nettlebed

The property is grade II listed. An application for planning permission and listed building consent was turned down by the Council. We were asked by the agents Oxley Conservation to assess the plans, providing written and verbal advice for the extension and alteration of this building, before resubmitting.  The proposals have now been granted permission.

Listed building consent in conservation areas.
 

Brighton Kiosk, Railings and Shelter Hall

The kiosk and railings proposed for removal and reuse are grade II listed structures. The application site is located on the South side of the Kings Road, facing the end of West Street, on Brighton’s seafront. Essential reconstruction of the primary highway viaduct is required in this location. The works propose the careful recording and deconstruction of the listed kiosk and railings. The kiosk is then proposed to be rebuilt and repaired in a suitable location further along the seafront. The proposals include the refurbishment of sections and rebuilding of the existing disused lower shelter hall, retaining and reusing walls and features where possible within the new extension and the repair and replacement of listed railings. Following a site visit, a Heritage Statement was provided to support of the planning application and the listed building consent submissions to Brighton and Hove City Council.  The statement addressed the key points, that the work to the highway was required, the impact on the assets and a support of the solutions in line with National Guidance.

Heritage statement and building conservation.
 

10 Chapel Lane, Cold Aston

No. 10 Chapel Lane is one of a pair of semi-detached cottages, listed for group value as grade II. The property is located within the conservation area, ANOB and SSSI. The appeal application proposes to demolish the existing modern conservatory, replace with a more appropriate conservatory and extend the property to the side with a two storey extension, set back from the front elevation. The design proposals respond to the local vernacular and the proportions reinforce the local distinctiveness. The project uses local materials and techniques in keeping with the character of the listed building and conservation area. The proposals design, position, scale and materials have all been addressed to preserve and enhance both the listed building and the conservation area.  Appeal allowed - March 2016.

Historic building applications and statements.
 

Passenham Manor

The Old Manor House is a grade II Listed building, located within the conservation area. The house has outbuildings, a garden wall and a grade I listed barn, within the curtilage. The architect Edward Lutyens is documented to have worked on the main house from 1935-37. Various works of repair are proposed to the buildings, to maintain and retain the structures for the future. Discussions, research and proposals are being had at present with the clients, the architects and the surveyors.

Historic building conservation in the South East

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Historic building consultancy based in the south east. We can help with heritage statements for listed building consent, conservation area appraisals and design and access statements for planning applications.