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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 Royal Regiment of Fusiliers was founded in 1685 by James II (1685-8) to protect the royal guns kept within the Tower of London. Two of these guns can be seen flanking the steps to the Museum. ...

Designed by Sir Gilbert Scott and built in the 1850’s Grade II listed St Matthias Church with its magnificent spire is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture. ...

Burlington House in Grade II* listed Italianate building designed by Sir James Pennethorne as headquarters for the University of London. The Royal Academy took over the main block of Burlington House in 1867 on a 999-year lease. ...

The London Temple of Mithras was recently fully reconstructed as part of the major development of the Bloomberg European headquarters on Cannon Street. It is thought to be the most complete example of a Mithraic temple ever found and is certainly the most exciting Roman...

The Grade I National Gallery was constructed at Parliament’s request to house the Nations art collection. As such, this impressive classically styled stone building was constructed between 1832-1838 to the design of William Wilkins. It commands a striking position on the North side of Trafalgar...

With the temporary roof in place and removal of original roof coverings completed the work to repair exposed timber and undertake alterations to the roof structure could begin. The decorative stucco rendered facades were constructed along with ornately carved and moulded woodwork used for columns...

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. ...

Projecting out in what was once a peninsula of the Sussex coast, Pevensey Castle is an impressive ruin which stands on high ground. This naturally defensible site was first fortified by the Romans and was most famously the place where the Norman Conquest of England...

As part of the major re-development of the courtyard to provide additional exhibition space the Grade 1 listed Aston Webb screen has to be dismantled to provide site access and excavation of the space. ...