A right Royal day for Austin-Smith:Lord
On Friday 28th February two of Austin-Smith:Lord’s recently completed conservation projects will each receive a visit from The Prince of Wales.
His Royal Highness will be visiting the Grade I Listed Llanelly House in Carmarthenshire in the morning, where he will tour the building and meet the restoration team including Austin-Smith:Lord’s Project Director and Conservation Architect, Sophie Teague Davies. The early 18th Century Georgian House has recently been transformed from a derelict building into a Genealogy Centre and since opening has received rave visitor reviews.
During the afternoon His Royal Highness will visit the newly named Grade II* Listed Redhouse in Merthyr Tydfil to celebrate the restoration of what was originally the Old Town Hall. The Prince of Wales will receive a guided tour of the building from Austin-Smith:Lord’s Project Architect, Ashley Davies. Redhouse, which is due to open to the public on St David’s Day, has been transformed into a landmark building which will host a variety of arts offerings including visual and performing arts and film.