North Stainley Village Hall
Maddison James Associates secured grants in excess of £100,000 to fit out this new village hall. Grants were awarded for :-
- > IT Facilities
> Lighting and Sound Equipment
> Building works
> Kitchen equipment
> Fixtures and fittings to the Changing Rooms
In addition terms were negotiated with North Yorkshire County Council for the village hall to accommodate the first self issue library in North Yorkshire.
Colburn Cottage, North Yorkshire
Redevelopment and extension of a 17th century cottage.
Bedale Hall, Bedale
The works were for the removal of an unsightly 1960’s garage extension to the rear of the Grade I listed Hall and the construction of a new build extension, following consultation with and approval of the scheme by English Heritage. The building was constructed using traditional materials including hand made clay tiles and hand made bricks bedded in lime mortar.
North Stainley Recreation Ground
Grants were awarded for:-
- New planting
- Additional footpaths
- Bird boxes
- New benches
- Information board
North Stainley Community Garden
Maddison James Associates have secured a grant to turn an eyesore into a community garden.
North Stainley Sport and Recreation Trust
Advice has been provided to the Trust on licence agreements, planning guidance and submission of planning applications to vary a s106 agreement affecting their land holdings.
Residential Accommodation at North Stainley Village Hall
At the design stage for this new village hall four apartments were developed above the village hall to provide an income stream for the Hall. Maddison James Associates manage this accommodation. Rentals start at £450 per month for a one bedroom flat, this new accommodation is fitted to a high standard it has excellent views over the Recreation Ground and allocated parking.
Currently all the apartments are rented out. Contact us to add your details to the waiting list.
38 Market Place, Richmond
38 Market Place holds a prominent position to the head of the Market Place in Richmond. The works were for the restoration of the building fabric, including repointing, leadwork repairs, window repairs, redecorations and replacing the shop front. The works were carried out in a sensitive manner using sympathetic materials and sound heritage techniques. The project was short listed in the Conservation category for the RICS Pro Yorkshire Awards 2010.
7 Finkle Street, Richmond
The works were for the restoration of the building’s fabric and for the conversion of the upper floors into office accommodation. The restoration works included overhaul of the roof coverings, repair of windows, repointing of the rear elevations, repairs to lead lined gutters and decorations.
Caldbergh Hall, Caldbergh
The project at Caldbergh Hall is for the repair and restoration of a Grade II listed Manor House, located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Maddison James Associates were initially employed as heritage advisors and are now project managers for the restoration works.
Lancaster Castle and Shire Hall, Lancaster
Maddison James Associates were appointed to prepare the Conservation Management Plan for Lancaster Castle and Shire Hall, a project joint funded by The Ministry of Justice and English Heritage.