The Landmark Trust

CHARTERED BUILDING SURVEYORS

Two unlisted but significant buildings in a conservation area. Acted for Shrewsbury and Atcham Borough Council to advice the Council on the  condition of the buildings in their consideration of two separate  planning applications to demolish the building and to develop the sites one as a small ‘boutique’ hotel and the other as flats and restaurant .The application were both refused.


Now in 2015, the  Stew faced another threat of demolition as an application to demolish was again refused in 2014 and this refusal was upheld after a 15 day public inquiry  spread over several months in 2015. We appeared at the hearing on behalf of the local residents to object to the proposals.


The Stew and The Maltings, Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury

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Peter Napier and Co

Historic Building Projects.


The Landmark Trust is a building preservation charity, founded in 1965 by the late Sir John Smith and Lady Smith. It was established to rescue historic and architecturally interesting buildings and their surroundings from neglect and, when restored, to give them new life by letting them as places to experience for holidays. Peter Napier and Co have been fortunate to have been chosen by The Landmark Trust to carry out repairs and improvements to several of their buildings.


Astley Castle, Warwickshire

Survey and feasibility study for The Landmark Trust and preparations of proposals for the repair and reinstatement into a Landmark Trust holiday cottage.


Coed y Bleiddiau, Ffestiniog Railway, Gwynedd