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Hidden Histories: Fairfield, St. Helens Road, Leigh

This is my first post about an historic building in the town of Leigh, Greater Manchester (which borders the towns of Atherton, Tyldesley and Astley featured in other blog posts). 2,078 more words


Food in York: The Judge's Lodging

The Judge’s Lodging is a 5 star inn, in a Grade I listed Georgian townhouse, about 10 minute walk from York Rail Station and 5 minute walk from York Minster. 200 more words


Grade list country house for an amazing country wedding!

Moggerhanger Park is a Grade 1 listed building based in Bedfordshire. It is also the venue for our “Wedding Collective” Launch on the 8th May 2016 as well as an amazing photoshoot that we did back in October. 226 more words


Work in the attic continues...

Just a catch up post as we’ve been busy doing bits and pieces up in the attic over the last few weeks.

We’ve been working on the stairs leading up to the attic, I stripped off some old paint which took some persuading. 176 more words

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High Street Home, another success story...

After extensive discussion and negotiation with the local planning authority, it gave me great pleasure to be able to advise our client that we have secured planning and listed building permission for the conversion, renovation and extension of their Grade 2 listed home in Hastings Old Town. 85 more words


CLOCKWORKLIME LTD acquires planning permission & listed building consent for grade 2* listed guesthouse

CLOCKWORKLIME LTD acquires planning permission and listed building consent for the Bridge Street Guest House in Alpheton (Under Babergh Council).

The Bridge Street Guest House is a beautiful grade 2* listed property, dating back to the 14th century. 51 more words

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Thursday Doors - NatWest Building, Coventry

These rather impressive stainless steel doors are the secondary entrance to the NatWest Building on Hertford St in Coventry.

According to Historic England, the NatWest building was constructed in 1929-30, and you can see an Art Deco influence in both the ornate door panels and the stone decoration on the arch. 121 more words

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