Plas Llanelly HouseThe restoration of Llanelly House in Llanelli was Carmarthenshire Heritage Regeneration Trust’s first project. The completion of this £7m restoration marks a major achievement for, what is essentially, a small Trust and Charity.
Plas Llanelly House
- SECTOR Public
- LOCATION Bridge Street
- VALUE £7 million
project descriptionOur experts undertook the total re-roofing in new welsh slate and all lead work on the building.
Llanelly House is one of the most notable historic properties in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales—an excellent example of an early-18th-century Georgian town house. It has been described as "the most outstanding domestic building of its early Georgian type to survive in South Wales."
The Llanelli House project was effectively started during the 2003 BBC Restoration series, in which the building was an acclaimed finalist, championed by Laurence Llewelyn Bowen. During the series the house reached the final as the winner of the Welsh heat.
We undertook work on all of the flat valleys, hip valleys all lead roles to ridges and hips cladding of inside slopes of parapet wall to roof and tops of parapet walls.
We pride ourselves in undertaking work in slate, stone, tile and lead to the highest standards of workmanship and conservation. We have a reputation for undertaking complicated work with complex detailing.
We also carry out decorative slate and tile hanging as well as related cast iron and lead rainwater goods repair and replacement.
features of this project
- Materials sourced from Wales
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