Listed Buildings

We are proud of the recognition we have gained for our work on listed buildings. These projects come with unique challenges, requiring sensitivity to the nuances of the building as well as the needs of the client. We aim to combine traditional and modern techniques to meet your needs. We are also happy to undertake the planning applications and other practical aspects of working on a protected building.

Combining the old and the new

As architects, we regularly work with distinctly modern aesthetics and state-of-the-art construction techniques. However, we also specialise in traditional building methods and materials. We endeavour to combine these approaches to create a coherent finished product that preserves the character of the building, while also meeting the demands of modern life and work.

Rules and limitations

When working with a listed building, it is important to be aware of the rules and limitations that must be navigated. Listing is a mark of the historic significance of your building. It covers the exterior and interior of the building unless otherwise specified. This means there are additional planning controls concerning any renovations or extensions you might want to make. This can be frustrating, but it is a crucial way of protecting beautiful and historically significant buildings from careless changes that might damage them. At our practice, we have extensive experience in this area and can advise you on all the practical considerations that go into a listed buildings project.

Contact Nicole Jones Architect

If you have a listed property that you are seeking to renovate, or if you have any questions about working with protected buildings, contact us today. We would be happy to arrange a free consultation on the phone, over email or on site.

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