This restoration and conservation project of the grade two listed facade posed interesting considerations as the ownership is split through the middle of the façade.
Therefore as only one owner decided to carry out necessary works only the right hand side received attention.
We replaced the large curved copings and sections of cornice, pieced in spalled stone and carried out tuck pointing to brickwork.
The areas on the last photo that appear to be unfinished, are in fact the original 19th century tuck pointing that was still in good condition and did not require re-pointing.
All conservation was carried out by Nicholas Durnan and his team.
Client: Nicholas Durnan