Archive | Lime Plastering

Sewerby Hall

Sector: Buildings of Historic Interest Main Contractor: William Birch,York Architect: East Riding of Yorkshire Council Services • Securing ceilings • Lime Plastering • Restoration of internal plaster mouldings • Restoration of external mouldings Sewerby Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian country house that dates from 1714. In 1936, in a ceremony led by aviator […]

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Private Chapel

Sector: Ecclesiastical Main Contractor: William Anelay Architect: Craig Hamilton Architects Services • Manufacture and installation of architect designed plaster mouldings • Lime plastering • Lime Rendering Award-winning architect Craig Hamilton designed this private chapel as a place of worship for up to 30 people, sited in the grounds of a private lodge. Although this was […]

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Huddersfield Town Hall

Sector: Public Main Contractor: Strategic Team Group Architect: Aedas Services • Site Survey • Lime Plastering • Restoration of historic plaster mouldings Having commissioned in-depth Advisory Reports from Ornate Interiors for town halls in Batley, Dewsbury and Cleckheaton, Kirklees Council invited the company to help the chosen main contractors Strategic Team Group with the restoration […]

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Gorton Monastery

Sector: Ecclesiastical Main Contractor: William Anelay Limited Architect: Austin Smith Lord Services • Lath & Lime plastering • Reproduction of plaster mouldings Gorton Monastery was founded on a four-acre site in East Manchester, acquired in the 1860s by Franciscan monks for £2,200. Built between 1863 and 1867, the friary was designed by Edward Welby Pugin, […]

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St Marys Church, Honley

Sector: Ecclesiastical Main Contractor: Anderson Marriott Decorators Architect: NPS Group Services • Lime Plastering • Fibrous Plaster Mouldings St Mary’s church at Honley, near Huddersfield, was constructed in 1873 on the site of an earlier church known as ‘Old Peg’ which dated back to 1759. Wakefield-based property consultants NPS, who masterminded this conservation project, called […]

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Stable Block, Nostell Priory

Sector: Buildings of Historical Interest Main Contractor: William Birch Architect: Rodney Melville & Partners Services • Mortar Analysis • Lime plastering • Reproduction of ornate plaster mouldings • External stucco rendering The house was built in 1733 on the site of a 12th-century priory, by James Paine for Sir Rowland Winn. The Stable Block was […]

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The Rotunda, Liverpool

Sector: Buildings of Historical Interest Main Contractor: William Anelay Ltd Architect: Brock Carmichael Architects Services • Site survey including photographic evidence • Lime plastering • Reproduction of ornate plaster mouldings • External stucco rendering The Rotunda was commissioned in the 1820s by the prosperous iron-foundry owner Uriah Davenport, who had acquired land in the undeveloped […]

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Plaza Super Cinema, Stockport

Sector: Theatre Main Contractor: G F Holdings Architect: Brock Carmichael Architects Services • Mortar Analysis • Lime plastering • Repair & restoration of ornate plaster mouldings Stockport Plaza is a rare surviving Art Deco Super Cinema, generally acknowledged from an architectural perspective to be the most sophisticated building in Stockport. Commissioned by the Reid, Snape […]

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Georgian Restoration

Sector: Residential Main Contractor: H Cumberbirch Designer: Mark Gillette Services • Paint Removal • Restoration & Repair of historic plaster mouldings • Lime Plastering • GRG Bespoke Mouldings A privately owned Grade II listed Georgian mansion in Cheshire has benefited from the expert treatment of the Ornate Interiors team. With 15 rooms in varying states […]

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Great North Museum

Sector: Museums Main Contractor: Kier Northern Architect: Purves Ash Services • Lime Plastering • GRG Bespoke Mouldings The Great North Museum, set in the grounds of Newcastle University, was formerly known as The Hancock Museum. It opened in 1884 to house the collections of The Natural History Museum. The Grade II listed building was completely […]

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