Quadriga Awarded 3 Projects as Part of Prescot Townscape Heritage Initiative Scheme
Prescot is one of the most historic towns in Merseyside. The five year Townscape Heritage Initiative Scheme will see the repair, restoration and re-use of historic buildings and spaces in Prescot town centre.
Quadriga have been awarded work on buildings 19, 54 and 56 Eccleston St. The work will involve restoration of historic architectural features to include Victorian shopfronts.
Work started at 19 Eccleston St, a nineteenth century building occupied by Andrew Louis Estate Agents, in late 2015. The building, which was once home to watchmakers Joseph Preston and Sons, has been the source of some historical excitement with the uncovering of an old shop sign. Works include:
Removal and replacement of the roof
Installation of rainwater goods
Restoration of windows and doors
Repair of masonry
Replacement and redecoration of shopfront in the traditional way
The work will be followed by the repair and restoration of 54 and 55 Eccleston Street, currently occupied by Ade UK and Max Speilman.
The project is drawing on the diverse heritage of Prescot to help shape the town's future. It is being funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Knowsley Council and other local partners.
Why use Quadriga?
- A team of multi-skilled specialists
- Experienced historic building restorers
- Dedicated to innovation
- Understand traditional and contemporary materials and techniques
- Quadriga believe in conservation