News

Search News

By Web Admin on 12 February 2014 16:05

Paul from our Penrith Office has had the enviable job of working on one of the Lake District’s most iconic buildings, Bridge House of Ambleside.  We can’t really imagine a more picturesque place to spend your 9-5.  So here are some interesting facts you may not know about the incredibly quaint cottage:


By Web Admin on 01 October 2012 12:58

Lewis Surveying Associates LLP have been appointed by the National Trust to project manage the installation of a ‘green’ biomass heating system in their Grade II Listed visitor centre at Allan Banks in Grasmere. Powered by wood pellets,  a renewable fuel source, this highly efficient heating system will qualify for the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive and 20 years of financial contributions to running costs...

By Web Admin on 06 August 2012 13:21
St Robert's of Newminster is undergoing extensive restoration following a devastating fire which broke out in the Sacristy. The fire damage affected the church itself and as a consequence they sought the Interior Design skills of LSA. They required advice and suggestions on colour palette and an artist's impression to illustrate the potential new decor. 

Jennifer and Josie Lewis in the design team created three colour schemes, which would be appropriate for a Church of this size and historic importance. The colours and religious connotations were researched in depth. After the initial phase of research and consultation they created a number of visuals by combining hand rendered sketches with computer aided design. This technique resulted in an accurate but atmospheric style, which would enable Parishioners to generate an idea of how the Church might look when finished. 

Following a presentation and a few minor alterations, the colour scheme was then taken to the Historic Churches Committee for their...
By Web Admin on 12 July 2012 15:00

Our very own Peter Lewis has been appointed as a trustee of the Richmond building preservation trust. The Trust has been responsible for the highly successful preservation and conservation of Richmond Station Cinema as pictured below.