Historic Buildings - Conservation Projects

43 Borough High Street, London

The CgMs Historic Buildings and Planning Teams secured a successful consent for a rear extension, mansard roof extension and internal reconfiguration of this non-designated heritage asset lying within the Borough High Street Conservation Area.

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75 Castellain Road, London

The CgMs Historic Buildings and Planning Teams prepared a written representation appeal for a rear extension and attic conversion to create two additional residential units and refurbish the existing building.

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Bardsey Island

As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of the Bardsey Island conservation area.

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Bedford

The character appraisal and management plan relate to an exceptionally large conservation area focused on the current town centre and surroundings, which are sub-divided into fourteen distinct character zones to provide a clear account of the varied nature and special qualities of the overall area.

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Borth y Gest, Porthmadog

The small seaside village of Borth-y-Gest is located at the eastern end of Llyn on the northern side of the Glaslyn Estuary. As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of the Borth-y-Gest conservation area.

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The Chilterns

The CgMs Historic Buildings Team was instructed by Buckinghamshire County Council to provide a methodology for a pioneering Historic Built Environment Study across the Chilterns. The study formed part of a wider Historic Landscape Characterisation Project jointly funded by the Council, the Chilterns Conservation Board and English Heritage.

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Criccieth

The seaside town of Criccieth is located at the eastern end of the Llyn peninsula on the northern side of Tremadog Bay. As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of Criccieth’s conservation areas.

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Dolbenmaen, Gwynedd

As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of Dolbenmaen’s conservation area.

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Lisle Lane, Ely

This study related to a proposal for two retail units on a site close to the centre of historic Ely and within Ely Conservation Area. The critical conservation issue was the impact of the proposed development on the historic place and, in particular, on atmospheric views of the cathedral – a Grade I listed building that dominates this small fenland city.

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Llanystumdwy

The small village towards the eastern end of the Llyn Peninsula in north Wales is an area of outstanding beauty with stunning coastal and mountain views. As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of Llanystumdwy’s conservation area.

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Mynydd Llandygai, near Bangor

The small village is in a remote rural location approximately four miles from Bangor, surrounded by moor land and with extensive views across Snowdonia. As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of Mynydd Llandygai’s conservation area.

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Pontefract

As part of a wider Master Plan being prepared by DTZ for the Pontefract Central Area, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of a large study area defined by Wakefield Borough Council which included three existing conservation areas.

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Portmeirion

As part of a project reviewing and carrying out appraisals of 14 conservation areas for Gwynedd Council, the historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of the conservation area at Portmerion, the Welsh coastal village with many literary and artistic associations, most notably being used as the backdrop to the cult television series ‘The Prisoner’ in the 1960s and 1970s.

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Smethwick

The historic buildings team undertook an appraisal of Smethwick town centre to identify 3 areas around the High Street and Cape Hill vicinity as potential Conservation Areas.

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Upton Country Park, Poole

CgMs Consulting was commissioned by the Borough of Poole (BoP) to produce a Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for Upton House and Country Park. Upton Country Park forms part of the Upton Manor Estate and was given to the BoP in 1957 by the Llewellin family under a Deed of Gift.

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Tamworth Phase 1

The Historic Buildings team undertook appraisals of three conservation areas in Tamworth, a large market town in Staffordshire. These included the town centre itself and two Victorian/Edwardian residential areas.

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Tamworth Phase 2

The Historic Buildings team undertook appraisals of conservation areas in four small settlements on the periphery of Tamworth, including Amington Green, Amington Hall Estate, Dosthill and Wilnecote.

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Wakefield

The historic buildings team undertook four conservation area appraisals for Wakefield City Metropolitan District Council.

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Walsall Conservation Areas

The CgMs Historic Buildings team was instructed by Walsall Council to undertake four conservation area appraisals and management plans. These included two town centre conservation areas and two peripheral settlements.

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Wolverhampton Characterisation Study

The CgMs Historic Buildings team was instructed by Wolverhampton City Council to complete characterisation studies in support of three proposed Area Action Plans (AAPs) for Wolverhampton City Centre, Stafford Road Corridor and Bilston Corridor.

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