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Market Cross Repair Work

Market Cross Repair Work Lewis Surveying Associates have been appointed as principal designer for the project of repair work to Market Cross in Barnard Castle. Known locally as the Butter Market, it was built in 1747 to provide shelter for farmers wives selling dairy produce. Over the years it has served many different purposes such as a court room, prison cells and a town hall. Following a condition survey, the grade I listed building will now undergo repairs to the roof, windows, timber and joinery. Floor...

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Please join us! Lewis Surveying Associates are pleased to be sponsoring a talk by Deputy President of the Supreme Court, Baroness Hale of Richmond at Richmond Station.

23rd September 2014.
Starts 10.30 am



Survey of Tanfield Hall unlocks the past

Overlooking the famous Causey Arch Bridge with the World’s oldest surviving railway, Tanfield Hall is a Grade II* Listed mansion house with a fascinating history. Lewis Surveying Associates were commissioned to survey the building for a new owner and to advise upon its repair and conservation.  Paul Lewis, RICS Accredited Conservation Surveyor said, “This beautiful building presents a classic Georgian frontage, but as the survey progressed, it became clear to me that the...

A New Member to the LSA Team

A New Member to the LSA Team Matt Wright - Undergraduate Building Surveyor Matt is currently studying a four year sandwich degree in Building Surveying BSc (Hons) at Northumbria. He was delighted to be offered a position as an Assistant Building Surveyor at LSA for his third year to be spent in industry. Matt has future ambition to become a RICS Accredited Chartered Building Surveyor and he feels that a year at LSA will be beneficial to both his degree and future career.

Heritage Lottery Talk Co-Sponsored by LSA

Heritage Lottery Talk Co-Sponsored by LSA

Community groups have been given an insight into how they might secure funding for heritage projects at the latest in a series of lectures in Richmond.Fiona Speirs, head of the Heritage Lottery Fund for Yorkshire and Humber, spoke to an audience of around 80 people at the event at Richmond Station.