Loake and Chales Clinkard

 

 

Working with a specialist joinery fit-out company, Atelier Heritage have provided Heritage Statements for the refurbishment of retail units in London, Manchester, York Nottingham and Chester. Sited within listed urban buildings of historical interest and individual character, we have successfully helped to acquire Listed Building Consents on behalf of clients.

At Holborn, London, consent was granted for refurbishment of a shop unit in the historic Staple Inn, (Grade 1 listed), originally a 16th century chambers, upgraded and restored by Alfred Waterhouse for the Prudential Assurance Company and later converted to shop units with offices above in a Tudor style 1930s frontage.

In Manchester, a 2 storey shop unit in a listed building in King Street was stripped of its earlier, unfortunate alterations and restored to provide high-end accommodation for Loake Brothers shoes.

A similar piece of work was undertaken for the same company in Eastgate Street, York but the Covid 19 pandemic meant that it was not progressed.

At Chester, Atelier Heritage secured permission for the re-fit of 16 Eastgate, (Grade 2 listed) a late 18th century under-croft and town house, now retail units within the historic city centre. (client Loake Bros)

In the centre of Nottingham we restored the ground floor shop unit of a Grade 2 listed building to create a shop unit for high-end shoe makers, Charles Clinkard.

Architectural  services provided by Atelier MB

​Heritage services by Atelier Heritage

Client – Top Notch Joinery on behalf of the above ultimate clients.