Following on from the completion of the archaeological dig at Keldgate Manor, Beverley, the team have made great strides in progressing with the ongoing phases.
This is a complicated Grade II listed conservation and restoration project with works being carried out to existing gatehouses, cottages and a Grade II listed Manor House, along with the simultaneous delivery of a new build care home at the centre of the site.
Current works to the Manor House, Gatehouses and Cottages include; internal plaster repairs to timber lath/lime plaster, M&E 1st fix and repairs to internal partitions, floors, windows and the roof are underway.
The SFS frame for the new build element is complete, main roof works have commenced, 1st fix is ongoing and the internal stud partitions are being installed.
Once complete, the complex named Chapter House, will provide 1 and 2 bedroom self-contained accommodation within the converted buildings, whilst the new build care home will provide 79 beds for residents with a cinema, pub, cafe, spa, salon and beautifully landscaped communal gardens.