Wood Hall, Norfolk

The Lanpro heritage team worked closely with the client and scheme architects to achieve a successful application for Listed Building Consent for this grade II* listed Elizabethan manor.

The manor house and its associated farm buildings, including stabling and a walled garden, formed the focus to a designed landscape by Humphry Repton, who, alongside his son, also undertook works to the farmyard buildings and main house.

Lanpro worked directly with the client and his architect in support of the development of this successful scheme. This included undertaking an assessment of the historical development of the site and its buildings, the provision of design advice and the production of the supporting heritage statement in order to justify and support Listed Building Consent.

The manor house and its associated farm buildings, including stabling and a walled garden, formed the focus to a designed landscape by Humphry Repton, who, alongside his son, also undertook works to the farmyard buildings and main house.

Lanpro worked directly with the client and his architect in support of the development of this successful scheme. This included undertaking an assessment of the historical development of the site and its buildings, the provision of design advice and the production of the supporting heritage statement in order to justify and support Listed Building Consent.

Project: Wood Hall, Norfolk
Client Name: Private Owner
Council Name: Kings Lynn and West Norfolk
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Archaeology + Heritage
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