Award Winning Projects

Award Winning Restoration Projects 

Take a look below at some of our Award winning restoration projects
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Kelsale Lychgate
Grade II* Listed
The project to restore the Lychgate which had fallen into disrepair was funded by donations and grants from English Heritage. The Lychgate was designed by Arts and Crafts Architect E S Prior and is purported to be one of the finest Arts and Crafts structures in the country. The Lychgate was commissioned by the local rector in memory of his deceased wife around 1890. 

Works included carefully dismantling the Lychgate roof structure, repair and replacement of structural timbers, splitting new roof battens from locally sourced trees, replacement of 2000 new handmade roof tiles to match in with the existing salvaged tiles which were secured with 8000 hand carved oak pegs, re-carving of front fascia and niche and stone repairs to base. 

Kelsale Lychgate – Grade II* Listed
Heveningham Hall Gate Lodges  Grade II* Listed

Heveningham Hall Gate Lodges Grade II* Listed

1st Place Suffolk Coastal Quality of Place Award – Conservation and Conversion 2015

Period Property Services Limited was awarded the contract to restore the façade of the Gate Lodges after successful completion of The Temple in the grounds of the Heveningham Hall Estate

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens 
Grade II Listed

Suffolk Coastal Quality of Place Award – Landscape & Nature –Highly commended

RICS Regeneration Category for East of England

Institute of Civil Engineers Merit Award 2016

RIBA Craftsmanship Award 2016

Landscape Institute Award 2016 – runners up


Felixstowe Seafront Gardens  Grade II Listed
Awarded Heritage Grade II Listed Status

Awarded Heritage 
Grade II Listed Status

This was an unusual contract for Period Property Services Limited to have undertaken and we were involved from the initial advisory stages through to the end liaising with the council and main contractors. Awards presented in conjunction with main contractors.

 The project was financed by Heritage Lottery funds and Felixstowe Council. We undertook restoration of all the major stone and flint water features in each of the gardens and all the garden rockery walls.

 The Main Garden long wall and Lampstand bases throughout the gardens had severely deteriorated and we were asked to restore these elements. In order to do this we fabricated moulds to match original stones which were on site, these were then cast, with the inclusion of crushed shells and then aged. Each stone was made to match its original counterpart, we then rebuilt the entire wall. The same process was used for the Lampstand bases. 

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