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Grade I Listed Church & Lych Gate – Specialist Repairs

Atkinson Architects are on-site at St Petroc Church, Harford, Devon for repairs to the Grade I Listed church building and Lych Gate. The 15th century Dartmoor church suffered notable damage during the early 2022 storms – including the complete ‘blow off’ of the entire lych gate, roof and structure which landed several metres away in

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St. Petroc Church Harford Atkinson Architects Grade I Renovation

Cawsand Fort Restoration

Work has commenced to restore parts of the Grade II Listed, Scheduled Ancient Monument, Cawsand Fort in South East Cornwall. Atkinson Architects have been working closely with owners of the private residences to secure approvals for full external fabric restoration – new windows, roof works, stone repairs and the public realm gardens. Cawsand Fort, dating

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Scheduled Ancient Monument, Cawsand Fort Atkinson Architects

Medieval to Modernist Church Restorations

Atkinson Architects are currently working on a varied range of church schemes in Devon and Cornwall – ranging from medieval chapels recorded in the Domesday Book through to Twentieth Century Modernism buildings in Plymouth. Quinquennial Inspections, Funding bids and new works all form part of our specialist conservation architects roles. Understanding the different forms of

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