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.

You may select projects within regions/sectors by using the available filters.

This vast site is a 19th century flax spinning mill; its decline in the latter half of the 20th century accompanied economic depression and social unrest in Belfast. During 'The Troubles' - considerable conflict took place around the Mill and as a consequence the building suffered hugely from vandalism and neglect.

The Milton Rooms building faces the main square of Malton and is a prominent feature of the town – sadly its state of disrepair undermines the town’s profile...

The Maltings were built by Bass Breweries at the start of the 20th century and were the largest of their kind in the country. Some of the buildings still contain equipment of the former malting processes.

Dreamland lies in centre of Margate and was once the heart of the town's visitor appeal. It is the first fairground attraction in the UK to be listed and sits in a Conservation Area that includes a Grade II* listed cinema and Grade II listed menagerie cages.

An important Grade B1 listed former school which sits in an area of Victorian housing, set on a peace line between communities. 

This area has a rich and diverse historic environment with a wide variety of building materials and architecture. The landscape very much tells the economic narrative of the Cambrian communities.

The Castle has a long and complex history with origins in the late 11th century. In the Second World War - the site became unoccupied and the Castle Green House was declared unfit for human occupation in the 1980s. In 1984, part of the curtain wall collapsed.

Anchor Mills closed in the 1980s and rapidly fell into dereliction. Its abandonment and neglect was a physical illustration of the wider industrial and economic decline of the area.

Since 2009, we have been working to restore this vast industrial site for the benefit of Aberdeen. It is the largest collection of Category A Listed buildings at risk in Scotland. The earliest building (1808) is the oldest iron-frmaed mill in Scotland and the fourth oldest in the world.

Due to disrepair and neglect, it was long seen by the local community as a blight on the High Street. It is one of the oldest residential sites in the town and has been empty for 40 years.

Filters

Enter keyword(s)