Llanelly House, Carmathenshire
Austin-Smith:Lord was commissioned by Carmarthenshire Heritage Regeneration Trust to carry out the conservation and restoration of the Llanelly House in Llanelli. The aims of the project were to restore the Grade I Listed Georgian Town House to its 18th Century glory and turn it into a major visitor attraction.
The listing of the building at Grade I reflects its importance in Britain on a national scale.
The restoration of Llanelly House was undertaken around a high quality programme of conservation and restoration that has drawn from and enriched the communities of Llanelli.
Project funders included the HLF, ER DF, Cadw, Llanelli Town Centre, Carmarthenshire County Council and GrantScape.
We are delighted with the high quality of conservation that has been achieved at Llanelly House and the central role that ASL’s team played in achieving this.
Claire Deacon – Carmarthenshire Heritage Regeneration Trust
CLIENT: CARMATHENSHIRE HERITAGE REGENERATION TRUST
SERVICE: CONSERVATION, ARCHITECTURE, INTERIORS
CONTRACTOR: JOHN WEAVER
SERVICES: ROBERT BLOXHAM JONES
COST CONSULTANT: PARRY DAWKIN
2014 RICS AWARD: PROJECT OF THE YEAR
2014 RICS AWARDS: BUILDING CONSERVATION AWARD