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Ongoing Projects

Small extension for St James Church, Bix

We have assisted the PCC in gaining planning permission for a single storey extension to provide much needed kitchen and Equality Act 2010 compliant toilet facilities to enhance the church for both the existing congregation as well as the local community and visitors. The building work is currently underway and we are now providing the contract administration for the project. Click here for photos

Grade II listed barn in Oxfordshire

We are currently managing the structural repairs and realignment of the roof and timber frame including recladding works to a Grade II listed barn in Oxfordshire. We obtained listed building consent and organised measured survey drawings and bat surveys prior to the works. Click here for photos.

Grade II property repair in Hampshire

We are currently working on the repair and refurbishment of a Grade II listed property in Hampshire with medieval origins. Our services include an initial condition survey, production of a specification and schedule of works and issuing the tender package to suitably qualified builders. Once the tenders are received and the client has decided on their preferred builder, we will also act as the contract administrator and inspect the works regularly, evaluate the contractor’s valuations and issue certificates of payment.

Grant funded repairs to the Church at Quarr Abbey

We are currently overseeing the repair and conservation works to the North and South Sanctuary Chapels and South Choir windows to the Church at Quarr Abbey on the Isle of Wight. These works are being funded by Historic England’s Grants for Programmes of Major Works Round 2. Click here for photos

Grade II Building in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

The Buckinghamshire Historic Buildings Trust instructed us to provide consultancy services in connection with the refurbishment of a Grade II timber-framed building in High Wycombe. The building was a former inn and is believed to be the oldest surviving building in the town apart from the Church. The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) have awarded the Trust a grant to refurbish the building and bring it back into active use. This grant is one of the first awarded through the new Transforming Places through Heritage programme. Click here for photos

Click here to view some of our completed projects

Oxley Conservation Limited, 8a Friday Street, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1AH

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We offer our historic buildings consultancy services in South East England including Oxfordshire, Berkshire,

Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire and London