Heritage Estates

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In more recent years, Historic Property Restoration Ltd have been regularly entrusted with the conservation and restoration of some of Britain's most stunning Heritage Estates. As the main contractor for projects of this size, we combine our vast knowledge of traditional heritage skills with the ability to incorporate new buildings into the works. We fully appreciate the importance of managing time and budgets to our clients on these projects and we always strive to help them achieve their vision. Some of our most regular clients in this sector include The National Trust and English Heritage, with whom we have worked frequently. 

Overseeing conservation projects on Heritage Estates requires significant planning, preparation and effective management of risk and change. On top of this, we must manage an effective and professional team of subcontractors that streamline our operations on site. Thus, these projects present unique challenges that require a very specific and intricate knowledge of the works. As a result, very few organisations in Britain's heritage sector can boast the growing portfolio that HPR have of successful projects on Heritage Estates.

Our most recent example of work on a Heritage Estate is at Seaton Delaval Hall in Northumberland, which was the largest National Trust run project in the country throughout 2019 and 2020. Additionally, we have previously worked on Hamsterley Hall in Durham and Syon House in West London. Our continuous repairs to the grounds of Alnwick Castle only add to our well established reputation as a contractor capable of managing these unique, multi-million pound projects. We believe that clients regularly entrusting HPR to carry out the works on projects of this scale, stands as a testimony to our established reputation as professional and reliable contractor. 

For more information on our work in this sector, feel free to check out our projects page. Alternatively, you can head over to our social media pages using the tools below or follow this link for an aerial tour of one of HPR's largest projects to date.