Conservation -

Tailor made work to listed properties

These properties are often protected, or listed, or located in sensitive conservation areas with complex planning control restrictions.

A quick note about what we do: we love old buildings. We are conservation architects and have extensive experience with work to period homes, restorations and extensions of listed properties. These buildings are often protected or located on sensitive sites with complex planning control restrictions. Often there is a need to adapt the property for today’s needs.

We like to say that we have no style. Every project you see on our site is the result of listening to our clients, understanding their needs and finding the solution that engages and fulfils those needs.

We have RIAI conservation accreditation grade II and deliver a full range of service from design, to project management, through to handover. In short, we help clients to realise their dream home while removing the time, worry and stress that can be involved in a build.

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What Our Clients Say...

Now that we have moved back into our extended and refurbished home, we are delighted with how well Max and his team have met our requirements. What proved to be the greatest challenge - getting light into all rooms to the back of the house that face north was very well met by the use of large skylights, that throw light into the centre of the house and large floor to ceiling windows that make the garden seem part of the house. The design by Aughey O'Flaherty was very effectively built by Brian Leach Construction and uniquely over the 12 month time period of the project architect, builder and client succeeded in remaining on good terms.

Mary Donovan Dartmouth Square, Dublin 6

Conservation Projects

Ailesbury Road I
Residential

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Ryans
Commercial, Health & Leisure, Public

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Dartmouth
Residential

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Achill
Residential

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