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Listed Buildings and Conservation Area projects:

Located within a Conservation Area, Hasker are frequently asked to work on Listed buildings, and those where conservation is of particular concern. This work may include sensitive restoration or modern extensions, but is consistently undertaken with care and sensitivity.

Halifax bank, Tewkesbury

Halifax bank, Tewkesbury

This is a Grade 1 Listed Building and also an Ancient Monument. Various alteration works were undertaken on this building over a period of 20 years including major structural stabilising works to hold back the projecting façade.

Bath Row Student Accommodation Birmingham University

Bath Row Student Accommodation Birmingham University

Formerly the Birmingham Accident Hospital, this site contained two grade II listed buildings which were refurbished and converted into flats for student accommodation.

St Anne’s Cottage

St Anne’s Cottage

External refurbishment of Grade II listed cottage, One of several projects undertaken for Knowle Church.

Nelson House, Edward St, Birmingham

Nelson House, Edward St, Birmingham

Major refurbishment, alterations and extension to a grade II listed building; converting from a bonded warehouse into offices and fitted out to Grade A standard.

Stonecrop

Stonecrop

This ‘Frank Lloyd Wright – Prairie House’ style building was grade II spot listed during a planning application. With Listed Building Consent obtained, the house was fully refurbished and extended.

Stonecrop

Heronfield House

Heronfield House

Major refurbishment, alterations and extension to a grade II listed building.

Meriden Hall, Meriden - Organisational HQ

This modern glass extension to a grade II* listed building has been constructed to compliment the original main hall, a former manor house. The design was the result of careful consultation with English Heritage and planning officer's.

Yew Tree Farm

Change of use planning permission was gained for conversion of a stable to office use. The project was of archaeological significance and was restored and modernised with care to retain archaeological features. There were also ecological  studies conducted prior to and during the build to protect potential bats or roosting animals.