Listed Buildings

Listed building restorations and conservations

If you are looking for consultation or detailed information regarding listed building regulations, 
you've come to the right place.

Thorough listed building consultations

The process of restoring and conserving listed buildings is governed by an array of regulations, at both the local and the national level. With a deep understanding of these regulations and other statutory frameworks that govern these processes, we are able to offer our clients an in-depth consultation, prior to the planning of any restoration work required. 

When you commission Merritt Design Partnership Limited, we begin with preparing a measured survey of the building or commission a specialist surveyor for this work. We may also advise consultations with a structural engineer at that time. We would then produce, in liaison with the specialists and local listed buildings officer, a scheme for the re-use or conversion of the building. 

Contact us if you are looking for advice about listed building regulations in Loughton or the surrounding areas of West Essex and London.

Our listed building services include

• Planning the sensitive reuse of listed buildings redundant to original  use, including art colleges, synagogues, seamen's missions, medical  buildings, salvation army citadels 
• Conservation area advice and planning 
• Grade I and II listed buildings 
• Applying and obtaining consent for conservation area planning 

 In addition to listed buildings, we also undertake town planning, new builds and building conversions.



  • Refurbishment and renovation of a former Co-op store including an elevation cove for a specific high-end user in Marks & Spencer
Newport Art College

Newport Art College

  • Sub-division including a mezzanine floor in an early 20th century art college. This was converted into 69 flats all served by a grand staircase

Synagogue Conversion - Montague Court

Synagogue Conversion - Montague Court

  • Conversion of a former synagogue into stylish apartments in Hackney, whilst keeping many existing features
East India Dock Road

East India Dock Road

  • Mid 19th century Tudor style building and chapel converted into flats

For thorough listed building regulations and consultations in Loughton,
call Merritt Design Partnership Limited on 07732 556 243

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