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A scaffold and temporary roof covering have recently been erected for the start of a programme of phased conservation works at the Bar Convent, York.
The Bar Convent is England’s oldest living convent, founded in 1686 as a school for girls, part Grade I and part Grade II listed. It is currently home to members of the Congregation of Jesus Christ.
The works include the re-roofing to 23-25 Blossom Street, repairs to the external masonry and joinery, external decoration and general external repair works including repointing and lime rendering to 15-29 Blossom Street and part of All-Saints School.
The works are being phased on a five month basis by Croft Farm Construction and are anticipated to be completed by the end of August 2018.
LHL are providing Project Management, Contract Administration and Quantity Surveying Services.
23rd April 2018