Wollaton Hall Structural and Conservation Engineers for the Heritage Lottery funded repairs to the main house, stable block, Camelia House and landscape.
Sacrewell Watermill Grade II* Listed watermill constructed in c1755 and fully refurbished with the help of Heritage Lottery funding.
Leighton House This Grade II* Listed building in west London was originally built as Victorian artist, Lord Leighton’s studio and house.
All Saints, West Dulwich The Grade I Listed church designed by renowned Victorian church Architect George Fellowes-Prynne and constructed between 1188 and 1897.
York Minster Revealed Engineers for the refurbishment and enhancements to the Minster, including works to the Undercroft, Chapter House yard building and South Transept.
Hadlow Tower Hadlow Tower is a folly designed and built by Architect George Ledwell Taylor between 1835 & 1838 in a Gothic Revival style and remodelled in 1840.
Croome Bridge The original Chinese Bridge dated to 1740’s and was built for the 6th Earl of Coventry.

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