York Stonemason | English Heritage Buildings Conservation

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English Heritage Projects

St Michael’s Church, Crambe

  • Recovering of the North and South slopes of the Nave roof
  • Existing salvaged slates reinstated on the North slope, with new stone slates provided to the South.
  • Renew all of the associated lead work
  • Liaise with the stonemason with regard to the high level stonework repairs including repairs to the abutment copings.
  • Liaise with the ecologist with regard to bats.
  • South slope to be recovered first prior to commencing work on the North slope.

St Michael’s All Angels, Thornhill

  • Masonry repairs to the tower
  • Repairs to the south porch
  • Repair of the surface water drainage and decoration of rainwater goods
  • Protection of the Savile chapel and monuments in preparation for specialist conservation to be carried out’.

Christ Church, Staincliffe

  • Renewal of roof coverings to the Chancel, Aisle and Tower with localised repairs to the Porches and Nave roofs.
  • Renewal of perished stonework, including tracery and pointing works to the external envelope, South Aisle, South Clerestory, South Chancel, Tower and other areas.
  • Works to drainage