Dartmoor National Park


Atkinson Architects, Autumn works in progress for listed building conservation to a farmstead set in Dartmoor National Park. Illustrating our core palette of materials used to last a lifetime and improve with age. A combination of bronze casements and painted hardwood windows. Scantle slate roofs with lead dressing and metal gutters. Local schist stone and […]

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Atkinson Architects Spring workload has several listed building projects moving through all RIBA work stages – from design, planning and building regulations through to construction on site.These include the renovation, repair and new development wings at: two seminal Devon Georgian manor houses, a 16th century Cornish farmhouse, and a former Manse in Dartmoor National Park.

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Scheduled Ancient Monument Projects

Atkinson Architects have been appointed over the past decade to work on several Scheduled Ancient Monument sites across Devon and Cornwall. Our thorough approach to research and design has ensured the successful conservation of these landmark locations. The varied building types have included: A 17th century farmstead at Ditsworthy on Dartmoor, with rabbit warrens, beast

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Ancient Monument Projects

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

Conservation Design & Energy Enhancements

Atkinson Architects have recently completed this sensitive repair of a Grade II Listed farmhouse set within Dartmoor National Park. The project balances two very important aspects: Traditional techniques for scantle slate vertical wall cladding as protection from the rain. Contemporary techniques to improve thermal performance of old buildings through the use of a thick, insulated

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Scantle Slate Insulated Wall Atkinson Architects

Hands On Listed Building Surveys

Atkinson Architects have a very hands-on approach when commissioned to work with listed buildings and heritage assets. We have extensive knowledge of traditional south-west vernacular buildings, materials and construction techniques. This informs our on-site investigation into how buildings evolve and their physical condition. We are pleased to see several approved listed building projects progressing on

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Barn roof repairs exposing beams

Conversion of derelict barns, Dartmoor National Park

Atkinson Architects have recently completed the conversion and repair of three derelict barns in Cornwood in Devon. Moor Farm barns are all Grade II Listed, traditional Devon farmstead buildings, repaired to the highest quality. Two new dwellings and a dedicated workspace unit have been created along with substantial landscaping. Working closely with Dartmoor National Park

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3 old barns converted to houses in Dartmoor National Park
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