Pelham Street, Nottingham
Built in 1911, originally as the Boots Company’s first department store, we thoughtfully and carefully refurbished this building to form four shop units trading on basement, ground and first floors. New features were built to match original Edwardian detailing and modern features were added without affecting the exterior of the building, such as new fire escapes and air conditioning.
Related Conservation and Refurb Projects
We’ve over 20 years experience in a range of sectors. Here’s a selection of our finest work.
Clifton Park Museum is housed within a fine Grade II* listed building
Breathing new life into the derelict 17th century Hellaby Hall, Rotherham
Providing an accessibility to the Grade II* listed Mappin Building at Sheffield
Magnificently refurbished Adams Building in the heart of Nottingham's Lace Market
Conservation of the former General Hospital in Nottingham City Centre
Allestree Hall; an historic asset located to the north of Derby City Centre