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Listed Buildings
Sympathetic conservation and (where necessary) restoration of old and listed Buildings. 

Over many years John Wardle has gained experience, working on many old properties and structures.

Whilst a large proportion are listed, the view is that all old properties (listed or not) should be treated with respect.

Repairs should be traditional and materials shall be in keeping with the existing fabric where possible. Original features must be conserved.

A conservation engineering approach generally leaves the structure of the building, historically correct, but stable.
 
Hayle Mill
Conversion of existing mill building in to houses/apartments.
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Gate House, Heronden Hall
After collapse of over 50% of the Gate House, the remainder had been supported by scaffold for many years.
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Building 86, Sheerness Dockyard
The lantern light to the roof was destroyed during a storm in 2007. It was agreed with the Conservation Officer that the structure of this was beyond repair.
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Minor Canon Row & Priors Gate
Grade I listed houses & gate house
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House In The Dockyard, Sheerness
The four storey superintendents house had been converted for use as an office and many of the original Georgian features were damaged, however not destroyed. It has been therefore possible to reconstruct the interior authentically.
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Dower House, Bayham Abbey, Kent
The original roof had fallen in to disrepair and a flat roof had been introduced to prevent water ingress into the structure below.
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Super Cycle Hub, Leyton Station
The only two storey Cycle Hub in London.
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Christ Church, Southborough
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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