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Ivy Conduit
This Conduit House was built c1514, for the water supply to Hampton Court Palace. This is now in the grounds of the Holy Cross School.

ImageIt is thought that the last work on the structure was completed C18.

Water was ingressing through the barrel and the chambers were also flooded with ground water.

A new drainage system introduced 2004 prevents flooding. Masonry repairs have been undertaken to rebuild part of the walls between the two chambers. Repointing and rough racking prevents water ingress through the barrel.

Imagein 2005 a further project is planned to relay the floor. Also excavation of the inner chamber is planned.

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Steel portal framed annex building to church
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New House North Tonbridge
New home with:
Partial earth retaining ground floor reinforced concrete structure.
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Starnash Farm Granary Conversion
Conversion of timber frame and brick granary buildings into residential.
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19 Roedean Way, Brighton
This, probably 1960’s house, overlooking the sea to the west of Roedean School, has had little attention in recent years.
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Extension to House in Otford, Kent
Extension to existing house, glazed link and new games room over garages.
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