C O R R I E N E W E L L
HISTORIC BUILDINGS CONSULTANCY
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Nearly three months in practice now, and I am delighted to hear from my new clients, that you have all been very complimentary about my service and would recommend me to others. It has been very enjoyable for me too, working with you, and on a good spread of project types.
For updates on my latest historic building visits and heritage sources of interest, please see my facebook page.
Finchingfield Guild Hall has now reopened after an extensive repair and restoration programme. The Essex Historic Buildings Group had a very informative evening there later in the week, being shown the latest finds and the evolution of changes discovered there. Thank you very much to The Guild Hall and to Brenda and Elphin Watkin.
Yesterday was the second of a group of visits within the week to very interesting Tudor timber framed buildings, organised by the Essex Historic Buildings group. The first was to a longwalled jettied house in the Hedinghams, which dated to mid fifteenth century, and the second to a group of manor house and farm buildings near Braintree, which were rebuilt in the late fifteenth century and later extended in the seventeenth century. All were worthy of more study and had details and characteristics not known so far elsewhere. Thank you very much to the owners for their hospitality and some excellent days out.
The Essex Historic Buildings Group can be contacted on http://www.ehbg.co.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the biggest changes this week has been that Statutory and other useful building and conservation links have been added on the Links page.
Please let me know if any building or conservation links you would see could be added, and if you are interested in reciprocal linking with my practice.
The website is published. Some pages are still under construction, so expect to see changes in the next weeks, and links to useful conservation and heritage articles and assistance as well.
Please let me know you like and what you would like in future by using the contact link below.
This month is the launch of my new venture as an independent heritage adviser after so many years of working in the field. I look forward to taking you along with me. I also hope you enjoy this blog charting my progress. If you have any feedback please contact me.
Corrie Newell BA Arch Hons RIBA IHBC.
Tel: 07914 957035
Significance and evolution assessments
Walk round surveys
High level surveys
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