8 Newbiggin, Richmond
This grade II listed property was restored with a new roof covering, repairs to the windows, repointing and timber repairs to the shop frontage.
10 Rosemary Lane, Richmond
Restoration of a Grade II listed building. Works included roof repairs, joinery repairs and the re-rendering of the building with a traditional horse hair lime mortar with lime wash.
Art in the Mill, Knaresborough
Maddison James Associates prepared a scheme of works for the exterior of this property.
Maddison James Associates were appointed as a Conservation Advisor by Richmondshire District Council, Hambleton District Council, Harrogate Borough Council, Barnsley Metropolitan Council, Craven Borough Council and East Riding Council to assist in delivering their Heritage Partnership Scheme. This role involved working in Bedale, Richmond, Skipton, Boroughbridge, Knaresborough , Pennistone, Malton and Norton to undertake the following:
> Conservation Area Appraisals
> Identifying target buildings for grant funding
> Preparing fact sheets for the targeted buildings
> Preparing Town Centre’s Design Guides
> Sitting on the panel to determine the suitability of schemes proposed by applicants
Moat Buttery, Knaresborough
Maddison James Associates identified the works to restore the exterior of this property and managed the works on site.
Trinity Church Square, Richmond
Maddison James Associates prepared fact sheets for Richmondshire District Council identifying target buildings for grant funding. This property was externally restored under the Heritage Partnership scheme.
Maddison James Associates are an approved consultant with Natural England and have worked with them to prepare management plans for the restoration of farm buildings in North Yorkshire.
Regional Agricultural Centre, Harrogate
Winner of RICS project of the Year, Yorkshire and Humber in 2010 and received a commended Sustainability Award in the National RICS Awards 2010.
Advising Yorkshire Agricultural Society on this new £5.1m sustainable building to provide office accommodation for rural organisations providing a focus for agriculture in the North of England.
The offices on the first floor are available to let on inclusive rentals start from £5300 see www.yas.co.uk for more information.
Planning Guidance – successfully received planning consent to vary the s106 agreement and decision notice for the Regional Agricultural Centre, enabling a wider pool of tenants to be eligible to occupy this agricultural hub.