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PAYE were instructed to carry out the external refurbishment of Grosvenor Hotel, adjacent to Victoria train station. ...

PAYE repaired and conserved this unique 50 metre late 18th century Gothic tower back to its historic architectural splendour using a natural cement in keeping with the original mortar. ...

The redevelopment of Blackfriars Station as part of the Thameslink Project was an extremely ambitious scheme to provide new station facilities to the North and South sides of the river connected by converting the existing rail bridge into platforms. ...

Originally built in the 1930’s to the design of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, this iconic London Landmark is formed of brickwork around a steel girder making it the largest brick building in Europe. The Power Station was decommissioned between 1975 and 1983 and then up...

A Grade II* listed building in Belgravia built between 1830 – 1835. Originally a high-end hotel it later became a house before being converted into offices in 1938. Left unoccupied for a couple of years the building has now been fully restored and returned into...