Jonathan Rhind Architects have been granted Planning and Listed Building Consent for the renovation and new kitchen and vaulted dining room of the currently derelict pub at the centre of Woolsery village. This building was closed in December 2012, and has deteriorated significantly. Our proposals within this grade II listed building include extensive repair works, re-thatching and a new structure to the rear replacing a poor quality 1980's extension. Following Planning and Listed Building Consent, enabling works have begun at the Farmer's Arms, Woolsery. This involves removing the 1980's extension at the rear to allow a roofed scaffolding enclosure to be erected over the existing building. This roofed scaffold is urgently required to protect the historically important building which is currently exposed to the weather due to the poor condition of the thatch. The thatch has now been removed in order to carry out urgent repairs to the historic roof structure.