Preserving the historic iron industry in the Sussex Weald

Jane Jones-Warner Associates have recently been involved in a project for the repair and conservation of the pond dam and archaeological remains of North Park Iron Furnace, located near Fernhurst, West Sussex, aimed at preserving the historic iron industry in the Sussex Weald.  The site is on the Heritage At Risk Register and received significant

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Planning and listed building consent for grade II listed town house in Havant

In March 2020, Jane Jones-Warner Associates secured listed building consent for the owner of Magnolia House, a grade II listed town house in Havant, for conservation repair of the roofs and ground floor structure as well as internal alterations, that have now been successfully implemented. The property has been a dental practice for over 100 years

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Planning and Listed Building Consent for alterations, repairs and extension of grade II listed home in Conservation Area

Jane Jones-Warner Associates has recently secured Planning and Listed Building Consent on behalf the owner of a grade II listed building in West Sussex, for internal and external alterations and extensive repair, as well as construction of a new contemporary glazed extension, demolition of an existing single storey extension and its replacement with a new glazed entrance. The building has

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Stonework repairs at St Mary’s Church, Clapham funded by The Wolfson Foundation

Much needed stonework repairs at St Mary the Virgin, one of the Parish of Findon, Clapham and Patching churches, have recently been completed by TE Tilley Ltd stonemasons. St Mary’s dates from the 12th century, though restored in the second half of the 19th century. It is well known for the rare, highly glazed, tiled

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The Organ Project at St Mary’s Church, Portsea

Jane Jones-Warner Associates have been assisting St Mary’s Church, Portsea with The Organ Project, established to repair the 1889 J W Walker & Sons pipe organ and its chamber. The parish has received funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund towards the repairs, which aim to restore the pipe organ to its original Victorian tonal

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Heritage consultancy for former Woolworths in Worthing

Planning permission has recently been granted for external alterations to the former Woolworths store in Montague Street, Worthing, alongside development of the vacant upper floors to create 14 flats at the heart of the town centre, complete with their own amenity spaces. Jane Jones-Warner Associates were instructed by Worthing Investments Limited to prepare a heritage

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Recognition at the 2021 Sussex Heritage Trust Awards

The 2021 Sussex Heritage Trust Awards ceremony took place on 15 September at Pangdean Old Barn, Pyecombe. Huge congratulations to our Senior Partner, Jane Jones-Warner, who was announced as the 2021 Sussex Heritage Trust Person of the Year.  This accolade is awarded in recognition of one person’s outstanding commitment to the heritage of Sussex.  Presenting the award,

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Latest phase of conservation repair at grade I listed All Saints Buncton now complete

Emergency repairs were needed to the north nave roof slope at All Saints Church Buncton where three sections of Horsham stone had slipped and were resting on the cast iron gutter. This required the reinstatement of the Horsham stone and the opportunity was also taken to assess and consolidate all of the roofs, alongside a

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Stonework repairs to Holy Trinity Church, Rudgwick

The quinquennial inspection and report prepared by Jane Jones-Warner Associates in 2015 at grade I listed Holy Trinity Church, Rudgwick identified a number of areas of stonework requiring repair.   Much of the pointing had been carried out in phases of hard cement pointing which had caused damage to the soft sandstone.  In addition, some areas of

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Grade II listed mill presented with Sussex Heritage Trust Award

Another of our projects has been presented with their Sussex Heritage Trust Award, this time in the Small Scale Residential category, in recognition of the sensitive conservation and internal alterations. This lovely grade II listed mill operated as a working mill until 1941 but then quickly fell into disrepair and the remains of the windmill

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