Jackson Design Associates have been involved in the conservation of historic buildings since the inception of the practice.
Our architects and technologists have worked on a wide variety of projects, including churches, public buildings, farmhouses, listed-buildings and other historic structures.
We pride ourselves on having a detailed knowledge of both the practical considerations of preserving historic buildings, as well as the wider understanding of the sensitivities around building and development projects in conservation areas, areas of outstanding natural beauty and national parks.
The practice is well-versed in the complexities of protecting and refurbishing listed buildings. Whether it’s a private home, historic farm building, a school or a church, JDA can advise on restoration, repairs, refurbishment or sensitive additions and extensions.
Our team have extensive knowledge and experience with members of the team having completed the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Conservation course.
Developing or carrying out works in a conservation area is another discipline where specialist support and advice is required.
Our team is well-versed in the complexities of securing planning consent for development in areas where the historic nature of the built environment dictates a sensitive and considered approach. We realise client requirements by combining sympathetic design with deliverable solutions, in a sustainable way to preserve and enhance historic sites and buildings.