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Dartmoor National Parks repair grant scheme

Jonathan Rhind Architects are delighted to have been selected to undertake the Restoration Management Plans for traditional agricultural buildings in Dartmoor National Park. The work has been enabled by The Historic Building Restoration Grant which is being run jointly by Historic England, Natural England and Dartmoor National Parks. (read more...)


Grade I listed ‘at risk’ church receives HLF grant

Jonathan Rhind Architects working with the Parochial Church Council of St Margaret’s Church in Northam has been successful in their application for stage 2 Heritage Lottery Funding to enable urgent repairs to the roof of the Grade I listed building.   (read more...)



Celebration service held at restored Church

A service has been held at the Grade II listed Christ Church in Weston-super-Mare to celebrate the completion of the essential repair work which was part funded by an HLF grant and has restored the much-loved Church to its former glory. (read more...)


Summerhouse embraces autumn

Following a recent visit to a clients’ Gloucestershire property to undertake some preliminary work for a new project, we had the opportunity to see how the summerhouse we created for them last year had weathered into its environment. The Japanese influenced building sits in the far corner of the curtilage garden, somewhere for the family to spend time together, relax... (read more...)



Conservation works to Manor barn roof completed

Jonathan Rhind Architects have finished works to update and repair the barn roof at Grade I listed Gurney Manor. The Manor is owned by the Landmark Trust, for whom Jonathan Rhind Architects have completed several conservation projects in the past. (read more...)


An exploration of lime in Brittany

In October Director John Alexander and Architectural Assistant Andreas Hofmeyr travelled to France, as part of a group of conservation professionals on a trip organised by manufacturers Cornish Lime and St Astier. (read more...)


Repairs to cob barn progressing

The cob barn is part of a courtyard of farm buildings that make up a 16th / 17th Century Farm in mid-Devon, which is being updated to create a vibrant family home. There is evidence to suggest that the barn, which sits to the East of the main farmhouse, was previously linked to the house and the current works will... (read more...)