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Below we have highlighted a few of our projects which illustrate how a conservation-minded approach is applied in all our work. Click on the photographs for more detailed case studies in PDF format. For more recent projects, see our Newsletter.
The Chantry House,
This grade I listed timber-framed building was suffering from severe decay to its frame. It has now been completely rejuvenated.
173 High Street
A rare discovery of a 13 th century timber framed building behind a Victorian façade. Quickly listed Grade II* it presented particularly challenging repair issues.
Oxley Conservation produced a report which was instrumental in obtaining grant aid from English Heritage towards the repair of this building and its statuary.
One of the largest surviving Elizabethan houses. Oxley Conservation specified and supervised a major repair project to the distinctive chimneys of this Grade I listed house.
The Abbey, Sutton Courtenay
An ongoing project to take a holistic approach to the conservation of this Grade I listed mediaeval courtyard plan building.
Oxley Conservation worked with a buildings energy consultant to improve the thermal efficiency of this Grade II listed National Trust property while properly conserving the building.
Priory Cottages, Steventon
A satisfying project to repair a Grade II* listed 14 th century house. Several philosophical issues were encountered and some innovative repairs were required.
Click here for a selection of older projects