Historic Building Recording

Historic Building Records are often undertaken as a result of planning conditions, when a Listed Building or Scheduled Monument are to undergo a programme of works or physical intervention. 

 

The resulting reports are offered at four different levels in line with the Historic England Recording Levels (see: Understanding Historic Buildings, 2016), and can range from the level 1 basic visual record to the level 4 comprehensive analytical record.

 

Reports can be tailored to the needs of individual projects or as part of a research project, and can include additional details, illustrations and drawings.

 

Please get in contact for more information.

NatWest Chambers, Tenby

A recent project to record and understand the development of the former NatWest Chambers in heart of historic Tenby. The project uncovered more than just the 19th century banking building and helped to demonstrate the sites medieval origin and 18th century rebuilding, before being finally reinvented as a bank. 

See the report here.

Pontrickett, Wrexham

A survey and supported report with the Discovering Old Welsh Houses Group (reg. charity 1131782) produced as part of a long term project to identify, record and date the historic dwellings of North Wales. 

See the report here.

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