Liddell, T., (2013). Emergency Building Recording and Watching Brief at Hamsterley Hall, Hamsterley, County Durham. Vindomora Solutions: Vindomora Solutions.

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Emergency Building Recording and Watching Brief at Hamsterley Hall, Hamsterley, County Durham
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Vindomora Solutions unpublished report series
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vindomor1-154874_1.pdf (11 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1023472
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In June 2013, Vindomora Solutions was commissioned by the client and owner of Hamsterley Hall (Grade 2*), Steven Spry, to produce a Written Scheme of Investigation and subsequent scheme of emergency building recording for the recording and monitoring of the western brick wing of Hamsterley Hall which had suffered catastrophic collapse of the north and west elevations. Subsequently, the eastern elevation also suffered a major collapse and a scheme for the controlled demolition of the wing was approved by English Heritage and Natural England on severe health and safety grounds, as well as to attempt to avoid potential damage to the earlier central range of the Hall to which the brick wing was attached. The level of recording necessary was equivalent to a Level 4 Building Survey as set out in Understanding Historic Buildings - a guide to good recording practice (English Heritage 2006): however, the level of recording attainable was severely restricted by the lack of physical access to the building on health and safety grounds. This project dealt with the recording and phasing of the western brick wing of the Hall, rather than with the Hall as a whole, though reference to the overall relationship of the brick wing with the main hall is of course integral to the discussion of the wing's historic fabric.
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T Liddell
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Vindomora Solutions
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: Hamsterley Hall
Parish: CONSETT
District: DERWENTSIDE
County: DURHAM
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Hamsterley Hall
Location - Auto Detected: Hall
Location - Auto Detected: Hamsterley Hall Hamsterley
Grid Reference: 414257, 555637 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: N/A Uncertain
Monus: Hall House Post Medieval
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OASIS Id: vindomor1-154874
OBIB: Report 064-13-HS
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Project report, uploaded as a lo-res .pdf (14MB) onto OASIS 30.08.2013
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25 Nov 2016
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