St Mary at the Quay, Ipswich
Conserving and Regenerating a Mediaeval Building

This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.
This fifteenth century grade II* listed building was reopened in October 2016 after having been redundant for 68 years.  The building has been fully repaired and extended at a cost of £5.1m to create a centre for wellbeing – a process which has taken 8 years from feasibility to completion.  The work was complex at each stage – consents, archaeology, funding and construction – and also through having two distinct clients.