Tag: <span>Heritage</span>

RRA Architects > Heritage

Failing Facade

October 21, 2021 / By admin

RRA has been appointed to work on a Grade II Listed terraced building in Cheltenham’s central conservation area. Dating from the 1830s, the house is one of a pair of listed properties. Unfortunately, significant issues have compromised the integrity of the structure and specialist input is required to stabilise the house. Working with a regular […]

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 […]

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, […]