Liddell, T., (2013). Hamsterley Hall, Hamsterley Mill: Archaeological Building Recording. Vindomora Solutions: Vindomora Solutions.

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Hamsterley Hall, Hamsterley Mill: Archaeological Building Recording
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Vindomora Solutions unpublished report series
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vindomor1-158695_1.pdf (17 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1025013
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In 2010, the client and owner of the Hall, Steven Spry, applied for planning permission to restore Hamsterley Hall through a mix of personal investment and enabling development on nearby land at Hamsterley Mill, where the development would pay for the shortfall in resources required to restore the Hall which is in dire need of repair. The planning permission was refused for the enabling development, though Listed Building consent was given for the restoration of the Hall. In June 2013, Vindomora Solutions was commissioned to produce a Written Scheme of Investigation and subsequent scheme of emergency building recording for the cataloguing and monitoring of the western brick wing of the Hall which had suffered catastrophic collapse of the north, east and west elevations and subsequently was to be demolished under controlled conditions to prevent further risk to the central range of the Hall, as well as for health and safety reasons. The collapse of the western wing highlighted the rapidly degrading nature of the Hall, and the client began to formulate a new scheme to allow for the restoration of the Hall. In support of his new planning application (to be submitted December 2013/January 2014) by planning consultant Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners, the client commissioned a number of surveys on the Hall, including a room-by-room survey of the Hall by Vindomora Solutions to summarise the archaeological and historical importance of the site.
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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 Hamsterley Mill
Location - Auto Detected: Hamsterley Mill
Location - Auto Detected: Hamsterley Hall
Grid Reference: 414257, 555637 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: N/A Uncertain
Monus: House Post Medieval
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OASIS Id: vindomor1-158695
OBIB: Report 069-13-HS
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28 Nov 2016
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