Heritage Trust launches search for conservation architects
The Heritage Trust for the North West is on the hunt for conservation architects to work on a range of churches, castles and stately homes
The charity expects the works during the five year contract to include feasibility studies through to condition surveys with major repair and reuse projects.
Sites currently operated by the charity are spread over Cumbria, Manchester and Lancashire, an updated list is available through the specific page.
Teams must include structural and services engineers and cost consultancy under the architects lead.
Requests to participate are due 11 November through the allocated page.