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Managing the restoration of historically important buildings with sensitivity and integrity.

Our experience in restoring, refurbishing and conserving historically important buildings has made Aspect 4 the first choice for many prestigious heritage projects. We understand the complex planning requirements and the need to select authentic working methods and materials when restoring ancient or listed buildings.

Clients in this sector include universities, commercial organisations, councils and heritage bodies who own or maintain historically important buildings. When the Grade II-listed Armley Primitive Methodist Church in Leeds secured Heritage Lottery Funding, Aspect 4 was appointed to help manage its complete restoration. Our skill in managing multiple parties with competing priorities plays an important role in ensuring heritage and conservation projects run smoothly while delivering the quality and integrity of building work demanded.

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Armley Primitive Methodist Church, Leeds

Project Summary:

Armley Townscape Heritage Initiative, with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund, kickstarted the restoration of the Grade II listed former Armley Primitive Methodist Church, most recently used by Mike’s Carpets. The brief was to restore this landmark building to its former glory and resume its affectionate title of ‘Gateway to Armley’. Aspect 4 was appointed as the quantity surveyor to oversee the financial control of this historic and challenging project.

Originally built in 1905, the property was the centrepiece of the Armley regeneration project. The restoration works involved slate roof and masonry repairs, stained glass window restoration and cupola works to give the historic church a new lease of life.

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