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  • 1. JOHN KELLETT CONSERVATION ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO
  • 2. Profile ARB registered and Trusteeships: RIBA Chartered Rothwell Architect Preservation Trust, Holy Trinity Rothwell PGDip in Trust, The Orton Architectural Trust Conservation from De Montfort Committees: RIBA University CAG, RIBA Premises, APT Midlands Memberships: SPAB,
  • 3. YMCA, Leicester R A c RIBA Stages C + D Heat recovery from kitchen and bathroom extracts to utilise existing chimney flues for air supply and extract. Additional insulation added to ceiling void / loft space. No change to existing fabric. only Additional insulation added to ceiling void / loft space. No change to existing fabric. All existing timber and UPVC windows to remain as existing, repaired as necessary. Bedroom En-Suite Bedroom Built for YMCA in UPVC soil stacks to discharge into UPVC horizontal runs Exisitng suspended ceiling tiles and grid removed from site and replaced with new plastered ceilings with access hatches as necessary. All existing timber and UPVC All existing timber and UPVC windows to remain as existing, windows to remain as existing, repaired as necessary. repaired as necessary. 1901 New steel escape stair. Insulated plasterboard dryling to exisitng walls. No change to existing fabric. Bedroom En-Suite En-Suite Bedroom Horizontal drain runs laid to Existing original ceilings falls to discharge into external 1,895 retained and repaired. soil stacks connecting to external horizontal drain run. Non-slip timber decking with galvanised steel edge beam and balustrading. Hardwood All existing timber and UPVC windows to remain as existing, Bed deck New suspended ceilings to conceal service void over. handrail. repaired as necessary. 175 First floor sanitaryware to discharge through floor slab into horizontal drain running Refurbishment and Steel beams to support decking within ceiling void of retail units built into existing brickwork and under. To be fitted with AAV s supported on steel posts. where possible 2,100 Cranked steel posts to support decking bracketed off existing brickwork. Studio Flat Studio Flat Existing window from main staircase re-located with new lintel over to replace poor quality replacement window and door. THEATRE DRESSING ROOM remodelling to meet Datum 100.00 No works to this area Existing external horizontal drain run replaced with external quality UPVC discharging into vertical stacks connecting to exsitng underground drain run under basement. current needs of YMCA OFFICES No works to this area GRANBY STREET SATISFACTION REAR COURTYARD No works to this area YMCA THEATRE BASEMENT No works to this area SATISFACTION BASEMENT No works to this area Datum 93.00 SECTION FROM GRANBY STREET THROUGH TO THEATRE ROOMS @ 1:50 (Section BB)
  • 4. Revision: Date: A JRK Updated generally 20/02/2009 4 Bed Cluster Flat 4 Bed Unit 7 Cluster Flat Unit 14 Unit 2 F F Unit 3 1 Bed Studio Flat Unit 8 1 Bed Studio Flat Unit 4 Unit 15 F Unit 5 F F 4 Bed 4 Bed Cluster Flat 1 Bed Cluster Flat Unit 9 Studio Flat Unit 16 Unit 13 1 Bed Studio Flat Unit 6 F F F 1 Bed F Studio Flat Unit 12 4 Bed 4 Bed Cluster Flat Cluster Flat Unit 17 Unit 10 LEGEND In ces 00 di ac S83 ca sib B te le Indicates areas of s to 6 us o headroom less Be te : than 1500mm Cl nit N d U F F 4 us o rF F F Be te : la Cl nit N d rF Mostly accessible t 6 Bed U to DD266:2007 Cluster Flat 1 tud No Be io : 0 0 Unit 18 la 0 S nit 1 1 t d Fl 1 6 Bed U Indicates 2 2 2 Cluster Flat 3 3 3 accessible to 4 4 BS8300 at MEZZANINE LEVEL PLAN @ 1:200 SECOND FLOOR PLAN @ 1:200 Unit 11 THIRD FLOOR PLAN @ 1:200 4 5 5 5 6 Bed 1 Bed Cluster Flat Studio Flat Unit No: Unit 2 4 Bed 1 Bed Cluster Flat Studio Flat Unit No: Unit 3 1 Bed 1 Bed Studio Flat Studio Flat Unit 4 Unit No: 1 Bed Studio Flat Unit 5 Access to all Units except Unit 18. N 1 Bed Studio Flat Unit 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 Disabled access to Units 1, 9, 11, 12 + 16 r gp Able-bodied access to Architects · Project Managers · Quantity Surveyors 130 New Walk Units 9, 10, 12, 16 + 17 Leicester LE1 7JA Tel: 0116 204 5800, Fax: 0116 204 5801 email: design@rg-p.co.uk, www.rg-p.co.uk PROPOSED ACCOMMODATION SCHEDULE Project: Room Accessible to Proposed refurbishment Area in sqm Less-abled East Street First Floor + Mezzanine Leicester, LE1 6EY Unit 2 1 Bed Studio 40.1 NO Unit 3 1 Bed Studio 36.8 NO for YMCA Leicester Unit 4 1 Bed Studio 32.9 NO Unit 5 1 Bed Studio 30.8 NO Sheet title: Unit 1 1 Bed Studio 33.8 YES Feasibility Plans 5 TOTAL 174.4 Ref: Second Floor 6977/ 021 rev.a. Unit 12 1 Bed Studio 27.6 YES Unit 6 1 Bed Studio 29.9 NO Unit 8 1 Bed Studio 30.9 NO Scale: Unit 7 4 Bed Cluster 98.8 NO 1:200, @ A1 1:3.03, 1:4, 1:3.00, 1:3.01 @ A1 1:1.14, LE Unit 9 4 Bed Cluster 109.4 YES Unit 10 4 Bed Cluster 112.4 NO Date: G Unit 11 6 Bed Cluster 130.8 YES Ar ces wit ir a EN 28/01/2009 ac eas lcha ea s 21 TOTAL 539.8 Access to s to Ar hee D wi B estr ss w Units 11 + 18 Drawn: th S8 ict . Third Floor wh 30 ed Unit 15 1 Bed Studio 28.3 NO JRK ee 0. h cc Unit 13 1 Bed Studio 34.2 NO r 0 lch 0 Unit 14 4 Bed Cluster 97.4 NO ai 1 Checked: 1 r FIRST FLOOR PLAN @ 1:200 GROUND FLOOR PLAN @ 1:200 e 2 Unit 17 4 Bed Cluster 101.8 NO JB 2 Unit 16 4 Bed Cluster 109.7 YES 3 3 G:6900s6977 Remodelling of Accommodation, YMCA East Street, Leicester6977 Current6977 2 Layouts Current6977 Layout Book.pln Unit 18 6 Bed Cluster 107.9 NO 4 4 20 TOTAL 479.3 All dimensions to be checked on site. Do not scale off drawing. 5 5 This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and not to be reproduced without their permission. Ordnance Survey map information reproduced with 46 GRAND TOTAL 1193.5 permission of HMSO Crown Copyright reserved. rg+p Ltd. Trading as rg+p. FLOOR AREA SCHEDULE Basement Lower GF Upper GF First Second Third TOTALS Existing Residential (Gross) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 659.5 593.3 1252.8 Existing Res. Circulation etc. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 118.3 122.2 240.5 Existing Residential (Nett) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 541.2 471.1 1012.3 Existing YMCA (Gross) 0.0 47.8 556.2 821.9 0.0 0.0 1425.9 Existing Retail 0.0 403.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 403.0 Existing Total Other (Gross) 0.0 451.8 556.2 821.9 0.0 0.0 1829.9 Proposed Residential (Gross) 0.0 0.0 0.0 188.9 659.5 593.3 1441.7 Proposed Resi.Circulation etc. 0.0 0.0 0.0 17.9 119.7 114.0 251.6 Proposed Residential (Nett) 0.0 0.0 0.0 174.4 539.8 479.3 1193.5 Proposed YMCA (Gross) 501.1 47.8 556.2 633.0 0.0 0.0 1738.1 Proposed Retail 0.0 403.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 403.0
  • 5. = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = v. high. HIA = high. HIA = v. high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. ££ ££ £££ £££ ££ £££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ MI = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ MI Leicester Castle = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ MI = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ LM = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ LM S = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = low. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. £ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ (p arking) M L = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. £££ ££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ £££ £££ (p arking) = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. £ ££££ ££££ £ ££££ ££ ££ £££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ a ct of use on Le ast cost of ic = low. £ implementing use. a ct of use on ic = me dium. a ct of use on mod erate cost of ££ implementing use. high cost of Pond Pon ic = high. £££ implementing use. a ct of use on Prohibitive cost of ic = very high. ££££ implementing use. 8 RIBA Stages A + B 7 3, 4 + 5 2 only 6 CASTLE YARD Assessment for 1 bringing vacant 9 10 11 buildings back 14 12 13 EW ET into use. 18 VI RE LE 15 ST ST 17 CA TLE 16 C AS
  • 6. CONSERVATION MATRIX Resid ential: Resid ential: Resid ential: Hotel: Hotel: Leisure: Leisure: C ivic: C ivic: C ivic: E duc ational: E duc ational: O ffic e: O ther: Private: house Private: a p artments Social Servic e d Rooms Self-c atering H e alth Sp a Resaurant / C afé / ‘M’useum / Events / Art G allery me eting / te a ching A'ncillary / ‘L’ive / work / Public House ‘I’nterpretive / p erformanc e conferenc e 'C ontaine d' / ‘M’e dic al / 'S'e curity ‘S’hop 'S'ervic e d MI ACS L M C astle House: not 1 includ e d in study HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = high. £ £££ £££ ££ ££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ ££ ££ £ £££ (pool) C astle House g ard en: 2 not includ e d in study HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ (B ar) (B ar) MI C ourt House: C ourt 3 rooms: retaine d. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ ££ ££ £ £ £££ ££ £ ££ £££ C ourt House: At le ast ACS L 4 1 C ourt interior re- loc ate d HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ £££ ££££ £££ £££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ MI ACS C ourt House: O ther 5 rooms HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = high. ££ £££ £££ £££ £££ ££ ££ £ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ £££ (toilets) (toilets) (toilets) ACS LM C ourt House: 6 O utbuildings HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = v. high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. ££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ 7 John of G aunt’s C ellar HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = high. ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ O utsid e scop e: IS D evelopment 8 Potential in courtyard HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v.high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. etc ££££ ££££ ££££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ £££ LM 9 Numb er 5 HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. £ ££ £££ ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ 10 Numb er 6 HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. £ ££ £££ ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ O utsid e scop e: 11 D evelopment Potential: Numb er 6A HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = v. high. HIA = high. HIA = v. high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. ££ ££ £££ ££ ££ £££ £££ ££ £££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ MI 12 Numb er 7 HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. £ ££ £££ ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ MI 13 Numb er 8 HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. £ ££ £££ ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ MI 14 Numb er 9 HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = low. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. £ ££ £££ ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ LM 15 Numb er 12 HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = me d. HIA = low. HIA = me d. £ ££ £££ ££ £ £££ £££ ££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ LM S 16 Turret G ateway HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = low. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. HIA = v. high. ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ (p arking) M L 17 Brick Store HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. HIA = low. ££ ££ £££ £££ ££ £££ £££ ££ ££ ££ ££ ££ £££ £££ D evelopment (p arking) 18 Potential b eyond Store: not in study. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = me d. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. HIA = high. £££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ £ ££££ ££ ££ £££ ££££ ££££ ££££ ££££ K EY Imp a ct of use on Le ast cost of
  • 7. The Orton Trust T H E O R T O N T R U S T St. Peter’s church in Little Oakley ‘gifted’ CHURCH OF ST. PETER, LITTLE OAKLEY to the Trust. We can no longer afford to maintain it. VISIT ON 13TH NOVEMBER 2008: Report of visit and REPORT AND COMMENTARY 21 NOVEMBER 2008 advice regarding ownership and options for future of KR.eativ: architects Sustainable architecture in historic contexts A : 3 4 P a r a d i s e L a n e , Ke t t e r i n g , N N 1 5 6 L X T : : 0 1 5 3 6 5 2 2 5 8 6 E : : m a i l @ k r e a t i v a r c h i t e c t s . c o . u k w w w. k re a t i v a rc h i t e c t s . c o . u k
  • 8. KR.eativ: architects KR.eativ: architects Commentaries USE STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIES T H R E AT S RELIGIOUS • Original purpose. • Very small commu- • Other religious • Increasing mainte- Current Condition and Recommendations • Would return build- nity. groups. nance costs with ing to designed use. • Eco-refurbishment climate change. Although in visually fair condition there are a number of concerns including plant growth to roof and masonry, demonstration project. • Grade II* listed status. missing stonework and internal environmental conditions. The electrical and heating systems will require updat- ing. C H A R I TA B L E • The Trust has owner- • Over-stretching exist- • Expansion of the • Dilution of core USE BY THE ship of the freehold. ing resources. Trust’s work in pro- purpose of Trust • Established use at • Limited parking. moting stone ma- A condition / quinquennial survey and report are required to make an assessment of work required. ORTON TRUST existing premises at sonry, carving and Orton. sculpture. English Heritage guidance suggests that the preparation of a Conservation Management Plan (CMP) would set COMMERCIAL • Established use • Remote location. • Veterinary or medical • Commercial financial out the heritage merit of the building and provide for Heritage Impact Assessments to be made for any pro- • Quality of space Rentable value of surgery. viability. posed changes. A CMP would also provide a framework within which to assess the current and future mainte- £4000-£5000 would • Gallery. • Increasing mainte- not meet ownership • Eco-refurbishment nance costs with nance costs and establish a budget, which will be required to determine the market value of the property if dis- costs. demonstration pro- climate change. posal is the agreed way forward. This and other good practice guidance is contained within English Heritage’s • Very limited parking ject. • Grade II* listed • Office use. status. “Conservation Principles” and other documents which I would recommend are followed in preparing any pro- posal for future use of the church. PUBLIC • Quality of space. • Remote location • Eco-refurbishment • Increasing mainte- • Open plan floor area • Very limited parking demonstration pro- nance costs with • Good height for public use. ject. climate change. Now that the trees have shed their leaves it would be advisable to have the roof, gutters and downpipes cleared • Church monument • Grade II* listed ahead of Winter, an important preventative maintenance action. museum for example status. RESIDENTIAL • Tried and tested • No garden and • Second home in rural • Increasing mainte- In the interim it is important that the condition of the building is not allowed to deteriorate. Provision should be market even in down- minimal parking area for city dweller. nance costs with made for permanent cross-ventilation (with small solar powered fan for example) and perhaps background heat- turn • Limited market • Eco-refurbishment climate change. • Quality of space • Restrictive C of E demonstration pro- • Grade II* listed ing (intermittent) to keep the fabric ‘breathing’ and visible dampness at bay. The current high level of metal • Established use. covenants ject. status. thefts is also of concern given the rural location, is there a ‘neighbourhood watch’ scheme or other local police • Location (rail link to London) initiative that could be useful? The images below give an indication of the current state of the interior: Further Thoughts Fund-raising publicity could be gained by announcing an architectural design competition with a grant-funded devel- opment for the public benefit (for use as a gallery by Orton Trust students / practitioners past and present for example). The property could be advertised as a joint development project for use as a dwelling to make more efficient use of the town planning system. This would allow the Trust to be both more certain of an appropriate future for the church and also help to maximise our income. It is also feasible for the Trust to carry out the development work for rental as a holiday home or on a long term lease as a second home. The Trust would retain the freehold and capital value. The Landmark Trust and other organisations are an example of how the process might work. • • • • South Aisle showing general condition • Tenant’s debris • Infilled grating in Nave The images below are of churches converted into homes to give a flavour of the possibilities: S.W.O.T. Analysis The most important task to be carried out is to meet with the Peterborough Diocese to discuss the very restric- tive covenants that have been placed on the property: use for services, access to bells, Orton Trust workshop use (and use as polling station?), etc. The following table sets out in a concise manner the complex options to be considered for the future of the • Placing of kitchen under upper level in • Use of Chancel • Island unit (use in Nave with usable Nave. floor-space over) church. I do not wish to propose a solution merely provide a framework for discussion: T h e O r t o n Tr u s t! Personal repor t of visit and meeting T h e O r t o n Tr u s t! Personal repor t of visit and meeting 2 3
  • 9. Belgrave House, Leicester FOR SALE NEW 125 YEAR LEASE Redundant City Council owned building. Bid for purchase on behalf of client. Conversion to residential. Belgrave House,
  • 10. Revision: Date: Bath Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1 Retain existing Fire stair Exit Bath Apartment 5 Block up door. New window. A: 69.32 m2 Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 1 Kitchen + Living Fire Bath New door. Exit Courtyard Apartment 6 A: 60.09 m2 Bath Fire Exit Apartment 3 Fire Exit A: 56.48 m2 Bedroom 2 Kitchen + Living Bedroom 2 Bedroom 2 Kitchen + Living Bedroom 3 Retain existing stair Apartment 4 Bath A: 78.24 m2 Fire Exit Apartment 1 Hall Kitchen + Living A: 71.90 m2 Bed 2 Hall Bath Kitchen + Living Fire Apartment 2 Exit A: 82.63 m2 Retain existing stair Kitchen + Living Post Room Bedroom 2 Retain existing stair Bedroom 1 Fire Exit Boiler Room Store Open up blind window. Conservation N rooflights over. Open up stair to mezzanine blind window. storage gallery over. Kitchen + Living Form openings in existing walls to allow vehicular Apartment 7 access to courtyard. A: 24.25 m2 Conservation rooflights over. Open up NB: blind window. Open up Kitchen + Living Open up window 1] This drawing is indicatice only and is based on information received from others. blind window. at high level. 2] The scheme shown is subject to a full measured Apartment 8 Bedroom survey. A: 30.29 m2 Apartment 7 Bath Open up Conservation A: 29.91 m2 blind window. rooflights over. Open up Shwr blind window. Kitchen + Living Form semi-circular Architects ! Project Managers ! Quantity Surveyors Dressing window at high level 130 New Walk, Leicester, LE1 7JA Tel: 0116 204 5800, Fax: 0116 204 5801 Bedroom within blind opening. email: design@rg-p.co.uk, www.rg-p.co.uk Apartment 10 Conservation Apartment 9 Open up A: 30.39 m2 Bath blind window. rooflights over. A: 20.49 m2 Bath Apartment 8 Form semi-circular window at high level Project: Kitchen Open up A: 33.13 m2 within blind opening. Conservation blind window. Shwr Belgrave House rooflights over. Living The Gravel Open up Existing doorway blind window. Dressing Block up existing doorway Belgrave, Leicester altered to form internally. Retain carriage for Fellside Estates Kitchen + Living Kitchen new window. doors as shutters. Apartment 11 Open up blind Bedroom Sheet title: A: 31.17 m2 doorway to form new window. Apartment 10 Form semi-circular window at high level Proposed Floor Plans stair to mezzanine storage gallery over. Open up A: 34.52 m2 Apartment 9 within blind opening. Ref: Bedroom 1 A: 23.83 m2 6657 008 blind window. Bed 2 stair to mezzanine new Block up existing storage gallery over. Bedroom 1 window door and form Scale: semi-circular window 1:100 @ A1 at high level. Bedroom 2 Bath Date: 14/02/2007 Bath Drawn: BathApartment 11 Form semi-circular JRK A: 34.93 m2 windows at Block up existing high level within door and form window 3 blind openings. Checked: at high level. G:6600s6657 Conversion of Listed Buildings, Belgrave House, The Gravel, Leicester6657 Current6657 Layouts Current6657 Layout Book.pln All dimensions to be checked on site. Do not scale off drawing. Form new doorway This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and not to be reproduced without their permission. Ordnance Survey map information reproduced with in blind opening. permission of HMSO Crown Copyright reserved. rg+p Ltd. Trading as rg+p.
  • 11. Design Notes Option A Option B Option C Option D “PROS” 1. Apartments are accessed from 1. Apartments C,D,E use the 1. Good range of apartment 1. 1 Bedroomed houses in the main front door. existing 3 external doors. sizes. outbuildings might be 2. Minimal sub-division of rooms 2. LCC car parking standard 2. Single stair OK for Parts B + extended upwards with loft which respects the scale of the achievable without extending M as alternative exits from gallery accessible from first existing building. boundaries of site. ‘room within room’ can be floor living space. 3. Uses both stairs to provide 3. Minimal sub-division of rooms provided. 2. Use of main stair within a alternative means of escape. which respects the scale of 3. Use of main stair within a single apartment may assist / the existing building. single apartment may assist / minimise the necessary 4. Best ratio of dwelling to minimise the necessary structural repairs required. garden space (apart from structural repairs required. 3. Provision of communal post single dwelling solution). 4. Provision of communal post room and storage. room and storage. “CONS” A. Division of landings into 2 A. Dwellings may be considered A. Sub-division of large rooms A. 1 Bedroomed houses in corridors makes it difficult to to large for location. required. outbuildings are quite small. achieve Part M and Part E due to B. Front door to main house B. Sub-division of large rooms narrow width (max. measured = only used by one apartment. required. Greatest loss of 2150 mm) C. More land is required for car historic fabric. B. Dwellings may be considered to parking to meet LCC C. Front door to main house large for location. standards. only used by one apartment. D. Even more land is required for car parking to meet LCC standards. CONCLUSION Not an elegant solution. Least damage to historic fabric Compromise between Options B High density solution. Use of solution. and D ‘scissor’ stair to apartments 9 + 10 allows the link between the Coach House and Stables to be a distinctly C21 addition. GENERAL I. Could also consider use of Belgrave House and Outbuildings as single dwelling, but might be wrong solution for location. Less construction work required but would re-sale value provide sufficient profit. Single use is likely to have an easier route through Planning. II. Replacement of services and insertion of new drainage services will result in some loss of historic fabric. III. Use of cellar could provide communal heating facility. IV. Main stair requires structural repair, or at least checking by conservation qualified structural engineer. V. Back stair will need to be replaced with Part M compliant staircase. It would be unreasonable to require replacement of main stair. VI. One of the trees in the courtyard has a substantial lean and requires an arborial report on its safety. The other tree should be investigatedalso. VII. Should be possible to agree a reduction in parking standards on basis of a “Traffic Plan”, PPG3 and latest government advice on urban design density.
  • 12. OUR LADY’S CONVENT Photographs showing condition of original fabric.. 1850 ONWARDS. LISTED GRADE II. BY CHARLES HANSOM.
  • 13. Revision: Date: A: JRK: Updated to accord with client meeting held 06/05/2008. 08/05/2008 W043 Room 039 Packed Lunch Facility 44.811 sqm SD W104 W044 Quinquennial report reference 3.1.4.II.c: Plaster cracked and dislodged around pipework penetration W106 between rooms 053 and 054. W102 To be fire-stopped and made good. W095 D094 D106 D105 D080 Room 056 Room 047 Toilet Storage W105 3.210 sqm 14.786 sqm Room 049 Room 050 Room 051 1,350 Form new SD Dishwash 1,350 SD Room 040 SD opening. Storage Dishwash Room 053 Shop W109 9.441 sqm Disabled 8.436 sqm Form new 8.964 sqm Toilet SD 14.763 sqm opening. 3.577 sqm SD SD keep D066 W108 W107 locked shut Upgrade door to FDSC30. W096 D079 D065 Room 054 D074 D072 D069 D068 D107 Room 052 Toilet Upgrade door Upgrade door Upgrade door to FDSC30. to FDSC30. Room 059 to FDSC30. Room 048 2.127 sqm Room 041 D075 Room 043 11.3 metre travel distance. Common hold open Common Area FFL = 46.57 Common Area device D070 Corridor hold open D067 Area Room 055 Function Room Door 081 D073 922 keep FFL = 46.50 device 6.768 sqm 16.979 sqm locked shut D071 10.718 sqm 3.089 sqm Toilet 39.976 sqm Room 042 D069a 2.678 sqm Basement D/O 021 FDSC30. SD 1.713 sqm Room 047A D064 W101 Common Area Room 062 hold open FFL = 46.50 9.868 sqm device Boiler W097 SD D063 Room 069 Room 068 Room 046 D092 D077 3.951 sqm Upgrade door Changing Changing Room 063 Room 057 Floor laid to fall to FDSC30. 300 W080 Lift keep W094 Room + 45.90 approx 1:16 Room Room 044 1.487 sqm locked shut Office COSHH Store 2.290 sqm 2.322 sqm Common Area 5.902 sqm 8.094 sqm D058 D087 14.823 sqm W103 Kitchen New half-height 300 ll partition wall. to fa r laid Floo 16 ox 1: Fire Exit Door Room 067 appr Room 045 D062 Room 058 1,644 D078 15.8 metre travel distance. + 46.40 D076 Common Area Changing hold open HWC D060 Common Area D059A D059 held open during hold open Room Upgrade door device to FDSC30. FFL = 46.40 8.029 sqm school hours Grating to bridge 7.660 sqm device 3.149 sqm W091 W/O 002 gap. Refer to detail W081 W093 drawing 6831/011. D082 D086 D061 D057 Upgrade door Upgrade door to FDSC30. Upgrade door hold open to FDSC30. to FDSC30. device D093 W085 W098 KEY 21.4 me tre travel dis MH MH = Manhole tance. D083 Room 064 RL RL = Rooflight Room 061 SD Servery RH W/O 001 Kitchen SD 6,380 r gp FFL = 46.40 RH 32.721 sqm FFL = 46.40 31.552 sqm Room 060 Room 065 Sixth Form Coffee Refectory Architects · Project Managers · Quantity Surveyors W099 130 New Walk 32.605 sqm 29.788 sqm Leicester W084 LE1 7JA D085 Tel: 0116 204 5800, Fax: 0116 204 5801 email: design@rg-p.co.uk, www.rg-p.co.uk Fire Exit Project: D084 Inspection/Alterations to Our Lady's Convent School Burton Street 300 1,200 W090 W092 Loughborough W088 W082 W083 W089 for Our Lady's Convent School + 45.87 Sheet title: Proposed Refectory Sheet 1 W100 Ref: 6831/ 007 a Scale: 1:50 @ A1 Date: 14/04/2008 Drawn: JRK Checked: WS G:6800s6831 Alterations, Our Lady's Convent School, Loughborough6831 Current6831 Layouts Current6831 Layout Book.pln All dimensions to be checked on site. Do not scale off drawing. This drawing is the copyright of the Architect and not to be reproduced without their permission. Ordnance Survey map information reproduced with permission of HMSO Crown Copyright reserved. rg+p Ltd. Trading as rg+p.
  • 14. BROMLEY MANOR, EAST STOKE CONVERSION OF STABLE YARD OF STOKE HALL TO FORM NEW COUNTRY
  • 15. © CPMG Architects Limited 2001. All Rights Reserved. © CPMG Architects Limited 2001. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by by any means without the prior permission of CPMG Architects Limited. any form or by by any means without the prior permission of CPMG Architects Limited. do not scale off drawing do not scale off drawing all dimensions to be checked on site all dimensions to be checked on site Elevation 2.2 Elevation 2.2 6157 (100)08 6157 (100)08 n n New Window New Window Proposed Demolition of existing single storey Master lean-to porch KEY: KEY: Bedroom Cloaks Library W/R Existing Fabric to be Existing Fabric to be Demolished Demolished WC Entrance Main Study Existing Beam Existing Beam Lobby Bathroom Kitchen Proposed Beam Proposed Beam Proposed New Build Proposed New Build W/R Reception Hall revisions by checked Family Room double height Elevation 2.3 stair lobby JDP 06-10-04 JK void over stair Elevation 2.3 6157 (100)08 Rev F: Updated glazing line to correspond with lobby 6157 (100)08 loggia Double Garage "Scandinavian Window System". Openings changed to sliding doors Proposed double doors revisions by checked opening out onto lawn Sto rag Rev F: Changes made to glazed walkway; JDP 16-09-04 JK Rev F: Relocation of Master Bedroom to North JDP 16-09-04 JK e glazing line moved out to create larger West range; Bathroom and W/R's re- space, increased size of double garage, planned. Guest suite added to South range External doors added to south wing Notes added Study JDP 06-08-04 JK Bedroom JDP 06-08-04 JK Elevation 2.5 Rev E: Changes made to glazed walkway; Elevation 2.5 Rev E: Changes made to glazed walkway; brick plinth omitted from perimeter. brick plinth omitted from perimeter. 6157 (100)09 Improved layout to living space 6157 (100)09 Improved layout to living space. Minor changes to bathroom layouts New Fountain Feature Main Kitchen JDP 23-07-04 JK JDP 23-07-04 JK Rev D: Changes made to glazed walkway; Rev D: Changes made to glazed walkway; Elevation 2.6 Informal Dining column line made independant to glazing Elevation 2.6 WC column line made independant to glazing 6157 (100)09 line, fenestration rhythms rationalised 6157 (100)09 line, fenestration rhythms rationalised TR 05-07-04 JK WC Rev C: Changes made to glazed walkway; Rev C: Changes made to glazed walkway; TR 05-07-04 JK Gym / Leisure Elevation 2.4 rationalised setting out of primary rafters Elevation 2.4 rationalised setting out of primary rafters 6157 (100)09 to conform with existing openings 6157 (100)09 to conform with existing openings Well NB. Courtyard surface to be cleaned and repaired as necessery Rev B: Changes made to room layouts; JDP 04-06-04 JK Rev B: Changes made to room layouts; JDP 04-06-04 JK Living Space, Informal Dining, Master Bedroom, East Staircase, Formal Dining Main kitchen, Family Room, East W/C Gallery. Further Detail Added Elevation 2.7 Staircase. Further detail added Elevation 2.7 Bedroom 6157 (100)10 6157 (100)10 Rev A: Changes made in accordance JDP 23-04-04 CE W/R Rev A: Changes made in accordance JDP 23-04-04 CE with conservation report with conservation report (Lindsay Cowle, 14-03-2004) (Lindsay Cowle, 14-03-2004) Lobby •CPMG• •CPMG• Guest Suite 2 wate pump retained Bedroom Elevation 2.1 A R C H I T E C T S Elevation 2.1 A R C H I T E C T S 6157 (100)08 Media 6157 (100)08 23 WARSER GATE NOTTINGHAM NG1 1NU 23 WARSER GATE NOTTINGHAM NG1 1NU TEL 0115 958 9500 FAX 0115 958 9700 TEL 0115 958 9500 FAX 0115 958 9700 e-mail nottingham@cpmg-architects.com Opening e-mail nottingham@cpmg-architects.com restored to web site www.cpmg-architects.com web site www.cpmg-architects.com Sto Double Height Living Space original size void over living space rag double height e void over job title job title stair lobby New window stair lobby Proposed double doors Refurbishment of Carriage Court New openning Refurbishment of Carriage Court opening out onto lawn Stoke Hall W/C Stoke Hall SHW/R East Stoke NG23 5QF Guest Suite 1 East Stoke NG23 5QF Living Space Proposed Fire Flue to Proposed Place Fire Place Plant drawing title drawing title dressing New Proposed Ground Floor Plan W/R room openning Proposed First Floor Plan False doors Proposed breathable layer Proposed breathable layer of insulation and plaster of insulation and plaster finish finish scale drawn by date checked date scale drawn by date checked date Elevation 2.8 Elevation 2.8 1:100 CE Nov 03 1:100 CE Nov 03 6157 (100)10 6157 (100)10 job no. drawing no. revision job no. drawing no. revision 6157 (100) 03 G 6157 (100) 04 F Certificate No. FS 30636 © CPMG Architects Ltd 2004 Certificate No. FS 30636 © CPMG Architects Ltd 2004 © CPMG Architects Limited 2001. All Rights Reserved. © CPMG Architects Limited 2001. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by by any means without the prior permission of CPMG Architects Limited. any form or by by any means without the prior permission of CPMG Architects Limited. do not scale off drawing do not scale off drawing all dimensions to be checked on site all dimensions to be checked on site Area to be repaired as necessary Area to be repaired NB. For location of elevations see: as necessary NB. For location of elevations see: Proposed floor plans 6157 (100) 03/04 Proposed floor plans 6157 (100) 03/04 Notes to New Build: Notes to New Build: Clock to be repaired to full working order (1) Pre-weathered zinc roof (standing seam) (1) Pre-weathered zinc roof (standing seam) (2) Continuous rooflights ("Vitral" or similar) Clock to be repaired (2) Continuous rooflights ("Vitral" or similar) (1) to full working order (3) Box gutter (3) Box gutter Proposed double doors (4) Continuous double glazing with sliding opening onto lawn Existing masonry to (4) Continuous double glazing with sliding doors ("Scandinavian Window System" or similar: Oak) be repaired and Proposed double doors doors ("Scandinavian Window System" or similar: Oak) redecorated opening onto lawn (5) Principle column: Oak (5) Principle column: Oak (6) Double glazing to main entrance archway (6) Double glazing to main entrance archway proposed elevation 2.4 proposed elevation 2.1 Semi-circular new Existing windows to Oak-framed window. be repaired and Profiles to match (4) redecorated Existing windows to Existing masonry to be repaired and be repaired and redecorated redecorated Existing masonary to be repaired and redecorated revisions by checked Rev D: Fenestration modules of proposed glazed JDP 06-10-04 JK walkway updated to reflect that of "Scandinavian Window System" revisions by checked Rev C: Proposed glazed walkway updated to JDP 06-08-04 JK reflect changes made on plans. Notes added. Rev C: Proposed double garage updated to New Double reflect changes made on plans. Window added to double garage. Notes added JDP 16-09-04 JK Rev B: Proposed Elevation 2.4 updated JDP 04-06-04 JK Garage to match Proposed Plans Rev B: Proposed glazed walkway updated to (1) (3) (4) (2) (1) (5) (4) (2) (3) (1) reflect changes made on plans. New Windows to JDP 06-08-04 JK Rev A: Changes made in accordance JDP 23-04-04 CE (6) Notes added. with conservation report match existing (Lindsay Cowle, 14-03-2004) Rev A: Changes made in accordance JDP 23-04-04 CE with conservation report proposed elevation 2.5 (Lindsay Cowle, 14-03-2004) proposed elevation 2.2 •CPMG• •CPMG• A R C H I T E C T S A R C H I T E C T S 23 WARSER GATE NOTTINGHAM NG1 1NU 23 WARSER GATE NOTTINGHAM NG1 1NU Existing masonry to Existing windows to be repaired and TEL 0115 958 9500 FAX 0115 958 9700 Existing masonry to TEL 0115 958 9500 FAX 0115 958 9700 be repaired and redecorated be repaired and (1) e-mail nottingham@cpmg-architects.com redecorated e-mail nottingham@cpmg-architects.com redecorated web site www.cpmg-architects.com web site www.cpmg-architects.com job title job title Refurbishment of Carriage Court Refurbishment of Carriage Court Stoke Hall Stoke Hall East Stoke NG23 5QF Existing windows to East Stoke NG23 5QF be repaired and drawing title redecorated drawing title Proposed Elevations Sheet 02 Proposed Elevations Sheet 01 scale drawn by date checked date scale drawn by date checked date 1:100 JDP Nov 03 1:100 JDP Nov 03 New Window to New Windows to New Windows to New Double Garage match existing match existing job no. drawing no. revision match existing job no. drawing no. revision proposed elevation 2.6 6157 (100) 09 D 6157 (100) 08 C proposed elevation 2.3 Certificate No. FS 30636 © CPMG Architects Ltd 2004 Certificate No. FS 30636 © CPMG Architects Ltd 2004
  • 16. St. Marys, Nottingham
  • 17. Priory Health Group: Marchwood
  • 18. Non-digitised experience: Portfolio PRIORY GROUP: BARN CONVERSIONS Roehampton: Gymnasium EXTENSIONS TO LISTED COTTAGES PRIORY GROUP: Listed buildings: Fire REFURBISHMENT OF Risk Assessments, LISTED BUILDINGS: DDA audits and including re- associated works. ordering of C16 merchant’s house in QUINQUENNIALS + Stamford to provide CONDITION access between REPORTS: Churches, parts. Houses etc FARM