As part of the former George Hotel, this early 19th Century listed building had suffered from various unsympathetic 20th Century additions and modifications, including removal of the party wall between two properties to form the larger hotel and brewery footprint. Our work involved re-divided to form a 3-storey dwelling house on one side and a brewery and guest house on the other.
The listed building has been refurbished in such a way to emphasise the architectural and historic features of the property resulting in an attractive residential scheme.
Our client was keen to project manage the refurbishment themselves, which required close cooperation with both us and the local council’s conservation officer to ensure key features of the building were retained and refurbished with care and attention to detail.
“Tarpey Woodfine helped me obtain planning and listed building consent on what was proving to be a troublesome property. Their knowledge of heritage and conservation, coupled with their design skills and planning experience have helped restore a significant listed building and create a thriving new business.” Client