Restoration work on a building the size of Canterbury Cathedral, which over the centuries has been destroyed by fire, demolished and then rebuilt under the instruction of several architects, is never easy and rarely straight forward.
Britain’s long and well regarded engineering heritage continues to flourish across a number of sectors; and can be seen fully represented by the businesses, of different sizes, which belong to the Steel Window Association.
Christchurch, 35 Cosway Street, was granted a Grade II* Listing in 1954. It is a former deconsecrated church in the Lisson Grove Conservation Area. With so much ornate detailing both inside and out, it has made the change of use and renovations very taxing.