Conservation of this Grade I registered landscape, owned and managed by English Heritage. Recent projects include the 18th C. Bath House grounds, the c.1832 French Parterre, paths and 18th & 19th C. planting.
Paths repaired and restored to original widths and alignments.
Bath House grounds
Conservation of the Grade I registered landscape, with funding from Natural England (Higher Level Stewardship). Conservation Management Plan 2011, followed by the first phase of restoration 2012-14.
Rotunda, with dome restored
Restored Palladian Bridge, made possible by the discovery of the original architect's drawing in a French archive.
Restored cascade and view to the Rotunda revealed
Conservation Management Plan (2013) for the National Trust, part funded by Natural England under Higher Level Stewardship. We are currently advising on the restoration of the 18th C. duck decoy and ice house within the park (2015-16).
The 1920s 'wineglass' avenue
Conservation Management Plan (2013-14)
The Little Temple, or Beaufort Temple, moved by Geoffrey Jellicoe in the 1930s from its original 18th C position
Rotunda and lake from the house
Conservation Management Plan for the Home Farm (2013)
Conservation Management Plan for the National Trust (2013-14).
Conservation Management Plan for the National Trust (2013). Farnborough is a Grade I registered landscape.
The Oval Pavilion, c.1755
Conservation Management Plan (2013) and ongoing historic landscape consultancy
Recently restored ice house.
Ice house opening. Brickwork found to be in excellent condition.
Recently restored lime kiln at Abberley
The lime kiln furnace under restoration