The Restoration of Grade II* Listed Building in Boston.
Anderson & Glenn were Lead-Consultants for this £1.65 million project, which has now been successfully completed. The Client was the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire and major funders included English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Above: Front Elevation of 116 High Street in 2008
Below: Front Elevation in 2012
Above: Rear Elevation of 116 High Street in 2008
Below: Rear Elevation in 2012
Below: More Design Awards for Anderson & Glenn
The built-in-quality of the Boston Guildhall Restoration Project has been recognised at the recent LABC East Midlands Awards Ceremony. It was judged to be the Best Accessibility Design completed in 2007. Winning this award is an impressive achievement, considering that the building is Listed Grade I and is over 600 years old.
Anderson and Glenn's restoration of the Guildhall also won the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyor's, East Midlands Region, 'Project of the Year Award 2008'.
Anderson Glenn's Historic Transport
Anderson & Glenn are interested in the conservation of Britain's Heritage in all its forms. As well as undertaking work on historic buildings and gardens, they take great pride in maintaining and driving their 1932 Riley Alpine (OV 8357), and a 1932 Riley March Special (MPF 423). Over the last few years, the cars have successfully completed many trips throughout the UK. Both cars have been serviced and checked over, to take to the open-road again throughout 2014. This year is the eightieth anniversary of Rileys greatest triumph at Le Mans and three of us are going there in our Riley Alpine Six.