Norbury Park House

In 2005 myself and Nick Tyson of The Regency Town House heritage centre were approached by an architectural practice to review the fire loss to the east wing of this fine 1760's manor house. 

A document of some 67 page was raised, encompassing the submissions to LBC and a full assessment of the materials and methodology required to return this structure to its former glory.  All architectural details, including windows, doors and skirtings, were fully assessed and section-drawings raised for replication.

The loss of plasterwork was considerable. A full assessment of best treatment methods for retaining that which survived and guidance documents raised for its full restoration. We attended, monitored and guided the restoration of the internal fabric to a successful conclusion.

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