Hampshire but we cover London, South East and South West, and further afield on larger projects.
RMA Heritage provides effective specialist conservation, planning, design and landscape advice to the private, public and third sectors. The consultancy has significant experience of working on complex and innovative projects in the historic environment and has advised on many successful development schemes. We take an informed and rigorous approach to understanding the historic environment and assessing its capacity for change, listen to our clients, and work creatively with architects and other professions.
In the case of development projects, we can provide any of the following services:
Other areas of expertise include:
The Old Rectory, Albury, Surrey
A Grade II listed former rectory which was divided into 2 properties in the mid 20th century. We were employed by client to assess the historic significance of this complex historical site which comprises a medieval hall house, a Tudor parlour wing, a late 16th or early 17th century central chimney house and a 3-storey Victorian wing designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield c.1865. There is also a 15th century timber framed tithe barn, which we also assessed in 2018. We worked closely with Oliver West and John Scott Architects who had a brief to turn it back into a single family dwelling and to bring it up to 21st century standards and provide a kitchen extension. Guildford Borough Council granted planning permission and listed building consent for the works to the house and the barn is to be converted to staff accommodation and a store/workshop.
44 Clapham Southside, Clapham Common, London
Name: Richard MacCullagh MRTPI IHBC MSc Dip TP BA (Hons)
Job title: Director
Tel: 023 80 760043 0797 905 0947
Historic Building conservation YES
Conservation planning YES
Architectural design and new build in historic areas YES
Historical research YES
Historic area assessments YES
Project Management YES
Landscape architecture advice
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