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Looking to the Future, Caring for the Past

Conservation-Architects-Whi

St Peters, Great Haseley. Listed Grade I

The Church of St Peter dates back to around 12oo. The Chancel, arch and gothic windows were built in the late 13th century, with later extensions and additions in 14th century. The Gothic Revival architect Thomas Garner restored the chancel in 1897.

 

 

The Project

Footprint available: 12 x 12 metres.

Facilities added: DDA toilet with baby changing, kitchen.

Before work

After work

New kitchen concealed by an oak screen reduces visual impact.

Drop down shelves in kitchen allow more flexible use of space.

Toilet features a space saving pocket sliding door.

 

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