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10th November - 13:46

We are disappointed to report that Broxtowe Council’s Planning Committee has voted to grant planning and listed building consent to an insensitive development of the Grade II* Willoughby Almshouses in Cossall, Nottinghamshire. 

21st February - 17:20

Broxtowe Council looks set to agree damaging plans to redevelop the Grade II* listed Willoughby Almshouses in Nottinghamshire, in a move that will see their unique character destroyed. 

21st September - 15:29

Overall, we support the proposals to alter this wonderful late 15th-century house, now a local museum, but have suggested improvements.

10th May - 17:02

We recently reviewed an application to undertake repairs, alterations and convert the eastern service range at this Grade II lited hall. We objected to some harmful aspects of the plans and it was agreed that the layout should be revised and a more sensitive proposal developed.


08th April - 18:07

We have strongly objected to proposals to add a penthouse onto an existing extension of a Grade II* listed building, which sits at the heart of this historic town. 

07th February - 14:57

We’ve objected to proposals that will harm the beautiful historic farm buildings at Higher Melcombe Farm, next to the Grade I listed 15th century Manor and a deserted medieval village.

20th January - 11:49

Over the last few years we have been advising on proposals to the Cathedral's East End, the Chapter House and Cloister. 

06th December - 13:11

We recently supported proposals to install solar panels and two air source heat pumps at this Grade I listed medieval church

08th November - 13:03

To John Ruskin Lincoln Cathedral was “the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles”. One of its most celebrated features is the carved Romanesque frieze on the façade and we are deeply concerned about its future. 

19th October - 11:27

The potential repair of these beautiful but sadly neglected structures is a long running SPAB case. We are increasingly concerned at their rapid deterioration; in June 2021 part of the roof over the 17th-century bay collapsed. Unless urgent action is now taken to help these listed buildings, the situation will become critical.