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Level 2/3 record and assessment of muliphase timber-framed barn, early-mid 17th century in origin.
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2019
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Photographic record of unlisted post-medieval barn at Morville Hall to supplement Heritage Assessment, undertaken for National Trust as condition of planning and LBC related to conversion of building to residential use (holiday let units)
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2019
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Detailed photographic survey of 19th-century Italianate Villa together with associated stables, gatehouse and gardener's cottage in response to planning condition. Survey also extended to a multi-phase group of mid-late 20th-century purpose built school ranges related to the use of the site as an independent girls' school from the 1930s - 2014. Survey undertaken as part of planning process, to accompany previously submitted archaeological DBA and Heritage Impact Assessment.
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2017
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Detailed historic building record of multi-phase farm complex associated with late-16th-century house at Benthall, Broseley, Shropshire, undertaken for National Trust.
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2017
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Historic Building Record and Assessment of Grade I listed late-Elizabethan mansion house in ownership of the National Trust to provide a sound evidence base for future interpretation and presentation of the property.
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2013
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Historic Building Record and Analysis of mid-16th-century service range (coach house / brewhouse / laundry) and associated yard and outbuildings to inform National Trust Conservation Management Plan.
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2017
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Historic Building Record and Assessment of an early-mid 19th-century multi-yard farmstead (buildings mainly Grade II Listed) in the ownership of the National Trust and associated with John Nash's Grade I listed Cronkhill Villa of c.1802-5. Undertaken to inform the NT's decision making process for conservation, adaptation and future use of the buildings.
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2013
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HE Level 3 record and assessment of locally listed Board School of 1873, undertaken to inform programme of conservation / restoration.
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2016
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Conditional level 2/3 HBR of decommissioned 1960s coal-fired power station undertaekn i nadvance of demolition for redevelopment of site.Textual description cross-referenced to present day photographs, historical drawing and other records.
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2020
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Historic building recording in respect of five historic structures dating to late 19th and early 20th century at Lowesmoor trading estate, St. Martins Road, Worcester and related to the former vinegar manufactory of Messrs. Hill Evans and Co. Ltd.
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2015
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Historic building record of former laundry block, a non-designated heritage asset and the last surviving primary element of the former Birmingham Infectious Diseases Hospital built in 1895 at Bordesley Green East, Birmingham, West Midlands. Undertaken in advance of demolition/redevelopment for hospital use.
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2013
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Historic building record of fourteen interlinked industrial and/or administrative buildings (late C18th - mid-C20th) related to the former Royal Worcester Porcelain Works, Severn Street, Worcester. Undertaken as a condition of planning consent for partial demolition / refurbishment of wider manufactory site.
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2016
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Level 2/3 historic building record in respect of a Cold War 'bunker' (1989) and a mid-C19th stable block / coach house (curtilage building of Grade II Listed house) in advance of demolition / conversion.
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2017
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Historic building record of former mill buildings in advance of demolition for redevelopment
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2012
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Historic Building recording in respect of series of 20th-century former print works buildings, originally the 'Trinity Press' works of Ebernezer Baylis and Son Ltd., located at London Road, Red Hill, Worcester. Undertaken in advance of demolition for mixed-use redevelopment of site.
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2015
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Historic building record in advance of demolition
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2012
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Detailed record (EH Level 2/3) of series of hospital building ahead of conversion to residential use. The buildings originarted in 1859/60 as a 'blind asylum' for injured workers from the Earl of Dudley's limestone mines, being reconfigured only ten years later and reopened as a general hospital in 1870 funded by a bequest from the late Joseph Guest. Major expansion occurred in the early 20th century to the designs of Dudley architect AT Butler. Although none of the buildings were deemed to be significant on a national scale, a number of the structures are clearly of local significance and interest, and make a positive contribution to the contemporary streetscape.
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2011
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Historic Building Record of constituent buildings of the former Ironbridge Power Station, Buildwas Road, Ironbridge, Shropshire TF8 7BL. Recording covered surviving elements of Ironbridge 'A' Station (pump house and road bridge), erected between 1929 and 1930, together with the essentially complete group of buildings associated with the Ironbridge 'B' Station, built between 1962-1969 as a 1,000MW 'super-station', part of CEGB's 500MW programme. The Station ceased operation in 2015 under the terms of the EU's 'Large Combustion Plant Directive' (LCPD) of 2001. All constituent buildings of the plant were inspected and are described (variously to 'Level 2' and 'Level 3' as defined by Historic England), cross-referenced to a comprehensive photographic record and illustrated with copies of original design drawings/diagrams and early photographs as appropriate. Further, a review of the readily available archival sources, at the Shropshire County Archives, the Ironbridge Gorge Museum and on-site at the power station itself, allowed for a context, both historical and technical, to be established in which to interpret the form and function of the site and its component parts. The programme of HBR allowed for a detailed study and record of the buildings, their construction, operation and general developmental history to be made, so far as possible from a non-intrusive survey, in accordance with para. 128 of NPPF and in line with the aims and objectives of the project as outlined in a 'Specification for Building Recording' and 'Method Statement', both reviewed and approved by Shropshire Council and Historic England in advance of work.
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2017
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Historic building record in advance of refurbishment and conversion work
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2012
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Rapid HBR of early-19th-century gate lodge to Shugborough Park, Staffs.
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2017
 
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