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Little Dean's Yard, known to Westminster School just as Yard, is a private gated yard at the heart of the school, within the precincts of the ancient monastery of Westminster. ...

PAYE are working with CWGC to undertake one of its largest UK restoration projects in decades to ensure the iconic First World War section of the memorial, which contains 12,000 names, lives on. The Grade I listed structure was designed by the eminent architect Sir...

The site of Portchester Castle situated within the preserved walls of a Roman fort dated around 280 AD. Upstanding remains include the 12th century keep, Richard II's palace, the great hall range, great chamber range, east range, gatehouse, and the Church of St Mary. ...

As part of the quinquennial repairs, PAYE Ltd were employed to carry out a refurbishment of the existing facades including cleaning of stone and bronze work, full redecoration and isolated stonework repairs where required....

This contract represented phase 1 of 3 for The Knightsbridge Estate to undertake an extensive external refurbishment of their Brompton Road portfolio. ...

The London Hippodrome was built in 1900 by the renowned theatre Architect, Frank Matcham, for £250,000.00 as a hippodrome for circus and variety performances. Over 50 years the facades had slowly fallen into a bad state of repair due to tenant neglect which led to...

Hardham Priory Ruins date from the mid-13th century and are a scheduled ancient monument. ...

Greenwich Pumping Station was built between 1859 and 1865 by the Metropolitan Board of Works. Built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette, this Grade II listed building was built in London Stock Brick in and Italianate style....

The building was built in 1825 and is Grade 1 Listed. Belgrave Square and Chesham Place elevations are constructed using decorative and moulded stucco lime render and natural stone balustrade at roof level. ...

Fitzrovia Chapel is a magnificent Grade II* listed building that was originally housed within The Middlesex Hospital It now sits in the centre of the new development of Fitzroy Place. ...