May, 2017

Traditional designs, quality materials, and sensitive landscaping

Our sensitive redevelopment of the former Westwood Hospital site in Beverley, has been given the Chairman’s Built Heritage Award by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

It’s the ultimate local accolade for the development that has saved five protected historic buildings, including a Grade II listed former workhouse and decorative archway.

The judges said: “The development is approached through the listed arched gatehouse on Woodlands, giving a very distinctive and unusual access to the development. The use of traditional designs, quality materials, attention to detail and sensitive landscaping have integrated the old and new and made this a very pleasant place to live, giving a new lease of life to the old hospital buildings.”

The scheme is at the heart of the Beverley Conservation Area and a short walk from the town’s historic cobbled market square.

The Award was collected on behalf of PJ Livesey by Bill Bayliss, Nicola Hennis, and Martin Coward and our grateful thanks go to the organisers and judges.

This Development is Now Completed.
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