St Barnabas
Conserving and Reusing
a Clergy House

These neglected Grade II Listed buildings were unoccupied and in a dangerous condition when we were asked to carry out a feasibility study for their reuse. Many options were considered and the eventual subdivision into three large houses for rental was completed in 2002 via standard JCT contract for £1.0m. Subsidence was halted by drain repairs rather than underpinning.
These neglected Grade II Listed buildings were unoccupied and in a dangerous condition when we were asked to carry out a feasibility study for their reuse. Many options were considered and the eventual subdivision into three large houses for rental was completed in 2002 via standard JCT contract for £1.0m. Subsidence was halted by drain repairs rather than underpinning.
These neglected Grade II Listed buildings were unoccupied and in a dangerous condition when we were asked to carry out a feasibility study for their reuse. Many options were considered and the eventual subdivision into three large houses for rental was completed in 2002 via standard JCT contract for £1.0m. Subsidence was halted by drain repairs rather than underpinning.
These neglected Grade II Listed buildings were unoccupied and in a dangerous condition when we were asked to carry out a feasibility study for their reuse. Many options were considered and the eventual subdivision into three large houses for rental was completed in 2002 via standard JCT contract for £1.0m. Subsidence was halted by drain repairs rather than underpinning.