Allestree Hall, Derby
Working with Lambert Smith Hampton to carry out a robust analysis of the development/use options for Allestree Hall; an historic asset located to the north of Derby City Centre. Allestree Hall is a Listed Grade II* building built in 1802 and designed by James Wyatt.
The hall has been largely vacant for many years and consequently the building is in a poor state of repair with a maintenance back log, and is on the Historic England “At Risk” Register.
In addition to considering options for re-use of the hall CPMG has also investigated the potential for enabling development in the grounds that could fund repairs and a beneficial future for the hall without detriment to its character. Proposals included new residential development in parts of the grounds in addition to conversion and extension of outbuildings and stable blocks.
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