Following ten years of restoration, Grade I Listed building, Llanelly House, has been brought back to life. Considered the finest early 18th century townhouse in Wales, dating back to 1714, it was originally part of a small village.
Astley Castle, a 12th Century Grade II* Listed Building in Warwickshire which has been converted into an innovative modern holiday home, has been awarded with this year’s Riba Stirling Prize for architecture.
Relaxation of planning rules for barn conversions and agricultural buildings will allow for an effective use of buildings that have become redundant due to the changes in modern farming systems.
Protectahome has just begun work on the East Wing of The Cathedral School, making structural repairs following signs of cracking to the extended building.
Monnow Bridge is the sole remaining medieval fortified river bridge in the United Kingdom where the gate tower stands on the bridge itself. The pedestrianised bridge built in the 13th Century crosses the River Monnow some 500m above its confluence with the River Wye.
Protectahome were appointed by a Local Authority to inspect a 40 year old semi detached dwelling in the suburbs of Cardiff. The tenants had noticed severe vertical cracking and minor horizontal cracking to the gable elevation wall.
This historic building on the seafront in Aberystwyth was opened in 1896 by Princess Alexandra. The five storey stone built property, which had been empty for 10 years, has now been converted by a property developer.
The former home to three Queens of England rises again and will reopen on 2 July 2012. Astley Castle, dating back to the 12th Century, opens its doors following a three year multi million pound restoration.
Protectahome have just completed work on an exciting and challenging project installing over 100 Cintec Anchors in the dock wall at Barry Docks in South Wales.
Protectahome were recently asked to provide an anchor solution for a structural engineer and main contractor cladding the external elevation of a stone built structure in Oxford.