Focusing on the roofs of the historic college buildings, Jane Jones- Warner Associates are currently developing a significant, potentially phased, scope of conservation repair. The works require careful coordination to ensure the Grade II* listed building remains accessible throughout the works.
This project involves critical repairs to the sluice and spillway of a former furnace pond. These protect the archaeological remains of a 17th century furnace for which the pond was constructed. It is an important example of West Sussex’s industry of ironworks and later gun casting pits. The conservation and interpretation of these remains is
Jane Jones-Warner Associates is providing on-going assistance with a multi-phase, long term Heritage Lottery funded conservation repair project relating to a number of ‘Heritage at Risk’ museum buildings and structures within this listed public heritage site. Managing a team of specialist consultants and contractors, the project’s emphasis is on the continued development of the site
Works involved conservation of the plaster relief panels in the chapel which dates back to the 16th century, the house having been semi-destroyed by fire in 1763 but never reinstated. Jane Jones-Warner was the Inspecting Architect to this Grade I listed Ancient Scheduled Monument and the works were part funded by English Heritage.