Heritage

  • Brighton Pavilion

    The Project comprised decorations to the two landmark Onion roof domes and significant stone repairs to the high level tall Minarets to the South East elevation. The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is a Grade I listed former royal residence located in Brighton. Beginning in 1787, the existing brick farmhouse was improved […]

  • Southover Grange, Lewes

    Cheesmur were delighted to be work with East Sussex County Council on the refurbishment of Southover Grange in Lewes. The original house was built as a private house for William Newton, Steward to the Earl of Dorset, and has undergone numerous internal alterations over the years. Constructed in 1572 The Grange is a Grade 2* […]

  • Brighton Bandstand

    Constructed in 1884, the Bandstand is now a Grade II Listed building and Brighton’s last remaining Bandstand. In May 2007, following decades of neglect, Brighton and Hove City Council agreed to fully fund its’ renovation. Over a 10 month period the entire structure was dismantled and key components were removed and restored off-site prior to […]

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