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Posted on: Mon 23 May 2016

RICS West Midlands0

Posted by: Clive Dawson

Conservation Award

From the RICS website:
The project, originally built in 1487 as accommodation for the Master of St Katherine’s Hospital, The Master’s House follows a H-shaped plan built around an oak timber frame. However in recent years it had become a dilapidated building following many less-than-sympathetic extensions and alterations. In a £3.2million framework scheme with Herefordshire Council, the team delivered a highly detailed restoration of the Grade II listed building, transforming it into a library, council offices and the John Masefield archive.


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