We have been delighted and honoured to work at this significant site for over 10 years. Our role has been surveyor and lead consultant on a number of repair and decoration projects to the East Front Railings.
The former garden temple, designed by William Chambers for the Earl of Bessborough, was dismantled in the 1950s when the site was compulsorily purchased by the local authority.
We have provided Heritage Consultancy services to Costain Skanska, the contractor building the Crossrail station to ensure that the works undertaken are within the consents granted, and that any variations in works to the Grade 1 listed building are captured and consented.
We were involved in the survey and assessment of this important transitional Gothic portal in central London, consecrated in 1185.
Paul is an approved Quinquennial Inspector, and holds inspecting surveyor posts at a number of churches in the London, Southwark, Rochester, St Albans and Canterbury Dioceses.