Tag: <span>Conservation</span>

RRA Architects > Conservation

Waggon and Horses Pass The Finishing Post

October 29, 2021 / By admin

Our Waggon and Horses project has reached practical completion and, as a Thank You to the team and to show the scheme to prospective tenants, our client, CDMC Properties, held an Open House event at the project. The Inn dates back to the late 19th/early 20th Century, although it appears older as it was built […]

Throw & Grow

April 29, 2021 / By admin

Our #ThrowAndGrow competition details 🐝 This competition is now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Lucy Rathbone Thank you to everyone who posted or emailed images for our Throw & Grow competition, we loved seeing all the great shots of bees and butterflies. Even after some considerable deliberation we still had a not very short, shortlist. […]

Holiday Homes Get Approval

November 27, 2018 / By admin

RRA  Customers Receive Planning Permission For Holiday Homes “We commissioned RRA to work on our project and design for us a scheme which would be sympathetic to the local Heritage. Alex Whibley and Alex Jones were exceptionally professional in their approach, efficient and responsive to the complexities of the planning rules and we were delighted […]

All Saint’s Church, Hereford 20 Years On . . .

June 16, 2018 / By admin

For the past six hundred years, All Saint’s Church has dominated the Herefordian skyline. Built in the 13th and 14th Centuries, the 125m spire was crowned with a gilded cock at the turn of the 20th Century and secured using cast iron rods through the stonework. This new focal point of the spire was one […]

RRA wins award for Pittville Gates restoration project

June 14, 2018 / By admin

Historic England (formerly English Heritage) has awarded a commendation in the Angel Awards to the Friends of Pittville for the project to restore Pittville Gates, carried out by RRA and the contractor AMPM. The gates have been successfully rescued due to the tremendous time, effort and determination of the Friends. Historic England annually organise an […]

RRA appointed for large church re-ordering project

June 13, 2018 / By admin

The parish of Leckhampton, in Cheltenham, have appointed RRA to help deliver their church re-ordering project within a Gothic Revival Victorian church, St. Philip & St. James’, designed by John Middleton, in the late 19th Century, which is located right in the heart of Cheltenham. The church, built between 1879 and 1882, was subsequently fitted […]

Restoring the 5th Bell – All Saints Church

June 8, 2018 / By admin

Heritage and conservation work forms a major part of RRA’s professional service, which we carry out for clients all over the UK, and it is always a great privilege to be involved with work on some of the nations best heritage. As a finite resource, the care of heritage is something we take very seriously, […]

Shining Light in Cheltenham

May 9, 2018 / By admin

Pittville, a beautiful area of Cheltenham featuring stunning examples of Georgian architecture, has been transformed thanks to RRA’s input and the sterling efforts of The Friends of Pittville. In 2011 RRA were appointed to assist the community and Cheltenham Borough Council to restore the ironwork and stonework plinths of the old gateway, which marks the […]