Tower of London - PAYE
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Tower of London

Client: Historic Royal Palaces

PAYE Stonework and Restoration Limited have a proud history of working closely with Historic Royal Palaces surveyors and archaeologists and English Heritage to conserve and repair the buildings within the Tower of London, which is a World Heritage Site.


The projects have included the stone and timber repairs to the Byward Tower, the repair of the Yeoman Warders quarters, the conservation of the 12th Century St John Chapel, the conservation of the Bloody Tower, the investigation and repair of the Saint Peter ad Vincula Chapel and the design of a new conical lead roof to the 13th century Wakefield Tower.


Whilst working within the Tower of London requires a high level of craft skill and expertise, the ability to manage the works safely to critical deadlines where there is such a high level of general public access is just as important. We are proud of the fact that we have been able to demonstrate these capabilities year after year.