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All Saints' Church, Fleet


Works are progressing well at All Saints' Church in Fleet, we are currently erecting a new cross-laminated timber roof structure.

Built between 1861-1862 in neo-classical design by one of the greatest Victorian architects, William Burges the grade II* listed church was devastated following an arson attack in 2015 and lost 100% of its roof and much of the ornate interior. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-33266042

As well as the new CLT roof, our works involve re-building the church to include new environmentally efficient heating & lighting, restoration and cleaning of masonry, using artisans to restore the stained glass rose window.


The West Door which was part of William Burges original design will be restored, with a new entrance porch constructed to the west elevation accessed via a paved walkway from a newly formed vehicular lay-bay off Church Road, providing improved access for weddings and other important Church ceremonies


The Team

Main Contractor: Buxton Building Contractors Limited

Architect & CDM: Acanthus Clews Architects

PQS: SKP3 Ltd

Structural Engineer: Andrew Waring Associates

M & E Consultant:Environmental Engineering Partnership

Archaeologist: Thames Valley Archaeological Services


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