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SUSSEX HERITAGE TRUST AWARDS 2019 design for the future, respect for the past

LIST OF ENTRIES THE BUILDING CRAFT AWARD Sponsored by Pilbeam Construction THE COMMERCIAL AWARD Sponsored by by Savills THE ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDING AWARD THE LANDSCAPE & GARDENS AWARD Sponsored by The Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust THE LARGE SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD Sponsored by Covers Timber & Builders Merchants THE MID-SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD Sponsored by The Hans & Märit Rausing Charitable Trust THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD Sponsored by Gatwick Airport Limited THE SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD Sponsored by RH & RW Clutton

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THE SUSSEX HERITAGE PERSON OF THE YEAR Sponsored by Harvey’s Brewery


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CORPORATE FRIENDS Angmering Park Estates, Barlavington Estate, Baqus Construction & Property Consultancy, Brighton and Hove Heritage Commission, Coppard Giles Limited, Desbruslais Chartered Surveyors, Dunn Architects, Glynde Estates, John D Clarke Architects, Lady Penelope Gardens, M Marchant Specialist Lead Roofing Contractors, Spicer Tiles Others who wish to remain anonymous.


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CONTENTS THE BUILDING CRAFT AWARD

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sponsored by Pilbeam Construction

THE COMMERCIAL AWARD sponsored by Savills

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THE ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDING AWARD

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THE LANDSCAPE & GARDENS AWARD

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sponsored by The Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust

THE LARGE SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD

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sponsored by Covers Timber & Builders Merchants

THE MID-SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD sponsored by The Hans and Märit Rausing Charitable Trust

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THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD

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sponsored by Gatwick Airport Limited

THE SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD

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sponsored by Sponsored by RH & RW Clutton

THE SUSSEX HERITAGE PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD

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sponsored by Harvey’s Brewery

CONTACT

Sussex Heritage Trust PO Box 769, Chichester PO19 9RT t: 01243 576 524 e: info@sussexheritagetrust.com www.sussexheritagetrust.com /sussexheritagetrust

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A warm welcome to you all on the occasion of the 21st Sussex Heritage Trust Awards presentations.

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I regularly report that the Awards scheme continues to grow from strength to strength, but you really have excelled yourselves this year! In 2018, we had a record 74 entries, but this year the total has gone up to no less than 98, clearly underlining the regard and prestige which the Awards scheme now commands, across the whole of Sussex, including Brighton & Hove, and much further afield. The continuing, and indeed, escalating success of the Awards scheme would not be possible without the support of our sponsors, some of whom have been with us for over 10 years, and the corps of judges, who work tirelessly over two days, entirely voluntarily. Due to the number of entries this year, we had 34 judges across 11 teams and we are very grateful for their feedback and support.

Vice Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex, Harry Goring and Dr John Godfrey at launch of the 2019 Awards sponsored by Thesis Asset Management

We launched this year’s Awards scheme at the Weald & Downland Living Museum at Singleton, near Chichester, whose Gateway building won an Award in 2018. The new building, designed by ABIR Architects of Hove, provides a 850 sq./m. gateway facility comprising entry, galleries, cafe and community spaces. The project is an excellent example of the Awards’ aim and ambition to represent the highest quality new buildings, conservation and rejuvenation projects across Sussex. The response to the launch was magnificent, resulting in the record number of entries received this year and their high quality. Our judges had difficult decisions to make in reaching their conclusions on which projects were to receive Awards and which justified Highly Commended status. Our judges visit all entries and only those, identified from among a very strong field, that they consider best meet our judging criteria, are selected for the coveted Awards and Highly Commended certificates.


Following our successful visits for Friends and supporters in 2018 to Glynde Place and the House of Lords, we very much enjoyed our visit to the garden of Clinton Lodge, Fletching, in June at the invitation of Lady Collum. In October, we shall be holding our biennial dinner at Firle Place at the invitation of Lord and Lady Gage. Dr Anna Keay OBE, director of The Landmark Trust and a leading figure in the building conservation movement nationally, has agreed to be our guest speaker and I am very much looking forward to hearing what she has to say. Details of, and tickets for, this important fund-raising event are available from Helen Reeve, our administrator, who will be pleased to help you. It also gives me great pleasure to announce that The Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust has extended their support to fund the Bursary Scheme. The fully funded bursaries are available to young people based in Sussex who are or hope to be in the construction industry. In conjunction with the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, students are welcome to apply for their Building Conservation courses. The bursary is now open for applicants.

I would like to thank Nicky Currie and her team at Pangdean Old Barn for looking after us so well today; Simon Knight, the indefatigable chair of the Awards Committee; and our dedicated administrative team of Helen Reeve and Katya Smith, without whose skill, industry and dedication this event would not take place. Finally, good luck to all our entrants!

Dr John Godfrey DL Chairman

WINNERS 2018


THE BUILDING CRAFT AWARD

SPONSORED BY PILBEAM CONSTRUCTION An example of high-quality work by a craftsperson or young apprentice using traditional skills or craftsperson or young apprentice using traditional skills or crafts. The Award is given to the person rather than the project. JOHN HILL, DALE HILL AND LEWIS HILL FOR LEAD WORK ON THE QUIRE ROOF PROJECT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL, CHICHESTER WEST SUSSEX PO19 1PX The new lead covering to the high Quire roof of Chichester Cathedral represents the first phase of a five-year programme to replace the failing post-war copper roof coverings. The new lead covering uses the heaviest sand-cast lead available, requiring great skill and experience to lay. The end result is spectacular. Submitted by: Antony Feltham-King, St. Ann’s Gate Architects, Salisbury. www.stannsgate.com Architect: Antony Feltham-King, St. Ann’s Gate Architects. Craftsmen: John Hill, Dale Hill and Lewis Hill (Lead Work), DBR Ltd, Worthing. www.dbrlimited.com Client: The Dean & Chapter, Chichester Cathedral.

GARDEN OF REFLECTION AND RECONCILIATION INCORPORATING A WW1 THEMED CHAINSAW SCULPTURE LITTEN GARDENS, ST PANCRAS, CHICHESTER

Submitted by: Rodney Duggua, Town Clerk, Chichester City Council. www.chichestercity.gov.uk Craftsman: Dave Lucas, Artisan Chainsaw Sculptor, Woodland Centre, West Hoathly. www.woodlandcentre.co.uk Other: Stewart Finnie Transport. Details on request | Andy Stedman Landscape and Garden Design Ltd. Details on request.

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The sculpture features two figures depicted as a soldier in the Great War and later as a nurseryman. The sculpture made from an oak tree, represents a Sussex man separated in time by a number of years.


THE BUILDING CRAFT AWARD

SPONSORED BY PILBEAM CONSTRUCTION CHRIS MANVILLE, FLINT AND BRICK WORK AND HARD LANDSCAPING FLINT BARN WARNINGORE HOUSE, EAST CHILTINGTON Chris Manville, local independent tradesman, worked alone, creatively to support and repair the original flint walls and to re-build new walls. All flints were recycled from site, Chris’s attention to detail and pride in his work is exceptional, numerous colour matching of mortar - to perfection. Submitted by: Mrs Anna Hardy, Warnington House, East Chiltington. Architect: Red Square Design Ltd, Tunbridge Wells. www.redsquaredb.com Contractors: Dermott Burton, DD Carpentry, Hassocks | dhSolar Engineering, Lewes. www.dh-solarengineering.co.uk Craftsmen: Luke Spencer (Carpentry), Brighton | Chris Manville (Flint and Brick Expert, Hard Landscaping), Barcombe. Other: Mrs Anna Hardy (Project Manager/Garden Designer).

LUKE SPENCER, GREEN OAK TIMBER FRAME, FLINT BARN WARNINGORE HOUSE, EAST CHILTINGTON The Barn features bespoke green oak timber frame, hand built on site by master craftsmen Dermott Burton and Luke Spencer – local carpenters. Physically demanding, an unusual ring beam which required creative thinking, all hand crafted oak joints. Luke is an ‘artist’ with his creative attention to detail and finishing. Submitted by: Mrs Anna Hardy, Warnington House, East Chiltington. Architect: Red Square Design Ltd, Tunbridge Wells. www.redsquaredb.com Contractors: Dermott Burton, DD Carpentry, Hassocks | dhSolar Engineering, Lewes. www.dh-solarengineering.co.uk Craftsmen: Luke Spencer (Carpentry), Brighton | |Chris Manville (Flint and Brick Expert, Hard Landscaping), Barcombe. Other: Mrs Anna Hardy (Project Manager/Garden Designer).

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THE BUILDING CRAFT AWARD NEALE WATTS, SENIOR DRAUGHTSMAN ORIEL WINDOW, GILBERT SCOTT LIBRARY BRIGHTON COLLEGE, EASTERN ROAD BN2 0AL

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Site detailing & measuring were a key factor in the production of the intricate stonework. Neale was working from a cherry picker with his drawing pad, tape measures, levels, profile gauges & callipers to give him the essential information he required to produce CAD drawings in 2D & 3D. Submitted by: Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd, Rudgwick. www.traditionalstoneltd.co.uk Site Manager: John Rye, Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd. Contractors: Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd. Craftsmen: Neale Watts, Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd.

THE COMMERCIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY SAVILLS

A non-residential project (eg. Shops, offices and industrial) restoration, conversion or new build. BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD PARTNERSHIP COMMUNITY KITCHEN BRIGHTHELM CENTRE, NORTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BN1 1YD

Submitted by: Ben Coombs, MacConvilles Surveying, Hove. www.macconvilles.com Architect: Claire Potter Design Ltd, Hove. www.clairepotterdesign.com Contractors: Cheesmur Building Contractors, Lewes. www.cheesmur.co.uk Other: MacConvilles Surveying (Quantity Surveyor/ Project Manager).

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MacConvilles Surveying brought together a team of building consultants and contractors willing to donate their services for free to build the community kitchen. A former unoccupied office space was redesigned into a modern, open, brightly lit space with a vibrant, welcoming feel.


THE COMMERCIAL AWARD

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BURNING SKY BREWERY PLACE BARN, THE STREET, FIRLE BN8 6LP Conversion of a listed barn to a micro brewery. BEFORE

Submitted by: G M Moore and Associates, Hailsham. www.gmassociates.co.uk Architect: G M Moore and Associates.

CHICHESTER ENTERPRISE CENTRE TERMINUS ROAD, CHICHESTER PO19 8TX

GOODWOOD CHAMPAGNE BAR GOODWOOD RACECOURSE The Champagne Bar is the sixth successful project with R W Armstrong working on the Goodwood Estate. The original facility was demolished, and work included extensive groundworks to create a large kitchen area, extended terrace at ground floor, a stretch fabric canopy and steel structure, plus a new bar facility.

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Submitted by: Baqus Group Ltd, Chichester. www.baqus.co.uk Architect: RHP Partnership, Brighton. www.rhppartnership.co.uk Principal Contractors: Neilcott Construction Limited, Farnborough. www.neilcott.co.uk Other: Method LLP (Mechanical and Electrical Engineer), Swindon. www.methodllp.com | MLM Structural Engineers, Richmond-upon-Thames. www.mlmgroup.com | Chichester District Council (Planning). www.chichester.gov.uk | Baqus Group Ltd (Employer’s Agent, Cost Consultant and CDM Advisor).

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Chichester District Council invested in the new Enterprise Centre to provide purpose built, flexible accommodation for new and start-up businesses. The project provides 2469m2 of lettable, managed business space housed within two main buildings offering a range of office units and workshop spaces.

Submitted by: R W Armstrong and Sons Ltd, Basingstoke. www.rwarmstrong.co.uk Surveyor/Contracts Administrator: Philips Chartered Surveyors, Pulborough. www.philips-surveyors.co.uk Site Manager: David Searle, R W Armstrong and Sons Ltd. Contractors: R W Armstrong and Sons Ltd.

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THE COMMERCIAL AWARD

GRAVETYE MANOR HOTEL, RESTAURANT ADDITION AND KITCHEN REFURBISHMENT VOWELS LANE, WEST HOATHLY RH19 4JL The brief was to provide a large new restaurant building and basement set within the underused asymmetrical yard of a worldfamous Jacobean manor house (Grade I listed) and garden (Grade II* listed). The rationale was to create a simple, understated and elegant contemporary solution in just over four months. Submitted by: A & F Pilbeam Construction, Brighton. www.pilbeamconstruction.co.uk Architect: Charles Knowles Design Ltd, London. www.charlesknowles.com Contractors: A & F Pilbeam Construction. Other: Listers Chartered Quantity Surveyors (QS), Chiswick. Tel: 0208 742 7206 | Campbell Reith (Structural Engineer), Redhill. www.campbellreith.com | Michael Popper (M&E Services), Twickenham. Tel: 02088 927 947 DW Electrical Ltd, Portslade. Tel: 01273 466 700 | SMS Southern (Plumbing), Hove. www.southernmaintenancesolutions.com Desertpool (Groundworks), Bognor Regis. Tel: 01243 809 111 | RM Construction and Developments Ltd (Groundworks - Enabling), Sevenoaks. Tel: 01732 743 682 | Elphick Bros Plastering Ltd, Eastbourne. www.elphickplastering.co.uk | Glatthaar – Fertigkeller Ltd (Concrete Basement), Addlestone. www.glatthaar.com | Hillcrest Structural Ltd

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(Structural Steel), North Baddesley. www.hillcreststructural.co.uk | Husht Acoustics (Acoustic Ceiling), Wakefield. www.hushtacoustics.co.uk | Ifab Steel (Steel Fabrication), Lancing. www.ifabsteelltd.co.uk | IQ Glass UK Ltd (External Windows/Doors & Glazing), Amersham. www.iqglassuk.com | LK Carpentry, Brighton. www.lkcarpentry.co.uk | M Marchant Specialist Lead Roofing Contractor, Brighton. www.mmleadroofing.co.uk | Performance Foundations (Piling), Haywards Heath. www.performancefoundations.co.uk | The Wood Flooring Company (UK) Ltd, Grayshott. Tel: 01428 604 700 | Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd (External Stonework), Rudgewick. www.traditionalstoneltd.co.uk | C & C Catering Equipment Ltd, Chester. www cateringequipment.com | Brown & Harman (Furniture), Nr Ringmer. www.brownandharman.co.uk


THE COMMERCIAL AWARD

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OAKHURST STUDIO HORAM, HEATHFIELD TN21 0LJ To create a low-slung pavilion-style building of modern design, with minimal vertical emphasis whilst maximising of large format glazing to provide high-quality working environment for an Architectural Practice. Choosing a very dark grey colour for the entire building enabled it to be absorbed into the wooded backdrop and wider views. Submitted by: MJB Architecture, Horam. www.mjbarch.co.uk Architect: MJB Architecture. Contractors: Havenscroft Ltd, Pevensey. www.havenscroftltd.co.uk

THE GATE HOUSE ASHDOWN BUSINESS PARK, MICHAEL WAY, MARESFIELD, UCKFIELD TN22 2DU Operating in the field of high-tech security entrance control, the client required a building style which reflected this through design and use of modern materials and techniques. Originating in Sweden, the company wanted to reflect a Scandinavian influence within both the external design and the interior. Submitted by: MJB Architecture, Horam. www.mjbarch.co.uk Architect: Mike Barber, MJB Architecture. Site Manager: Jerry Chinn, Marbank Construction Ltd, West Byfleet. www.marbank.co.uk Contractors: Marbank Construction Ltd.

The conversion of a Grade II listed former post office building into offices for local business The Foundation Stage Forum Limited. Formed of two separate buildings and dating from mid 16th-century, the conversion provided offices, design development studios, meeting and conference/exhibition space, kitchens and toilet facilities.

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THE OLD POST OFFICE 65 HIGH STREET, LEWES BN7 1AA

Submitted by: ABIR Architects, Hove. www.abir.co.uk Architect: ABIR Architects. Contractors: Cheesmur Building Contractors, Lewes. www.cheesmur.co.uk

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THE COMMERCIAL AWARD THE SPA AT SOUTH LODGE BRIGHTON ROAD, LOWER BEEDING, HORSHAM RH13 6PS South Lodge Hotel Spa is a purpose-built spa within the grounds of the award winning 5-star hotel. It features pools, treatment rooms and exercise rooms together with dining and bars. Sustainability is a priority with biomass heating throughout and a reed-bed drainage system in addition to a full meadow-grass roof.

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SPONSORED BY SAVILLS

Submitted by: Felce and Guy Partnership LLP, Hove. www.felceandguy.co.uk Architect: John Chapman, Felce and Guy Partnership LLP. Contractors: E.W. Beard Construction, Brookwood. www.beardconstruction.co.uk Other: Sparcstudio Design Consultants, London. www.sparcstudio.co.uk

THE OLD FORGE 6 CHURCH STREET, STORRINGTON RH20 4LA

Submitted by: Folkes Architects, Pulborough. www.folkesarchitects.co.uk Architect: Mark Folkes, Folkes Architects. Site Manager: Alan John Masey. Details on request. Contractors: Ballards Mill Developments Ltd. Details on request.

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The Old Forge is a conversion project of a Grade II listed building. A restaurant and a deli shop has been converted into an architect’s studio. The selected materials and colours of the internal finishes have been carefully considered to make the space bright, spacious and as sustainable as possible.

The Exchange is a Grade II listed Building which was sympathetically refurbished externally and comprehensively updated internally. It now provides an agile and modern workplace that has enabled Thesis Asset Management to stay in central Chichester and continue to expand and thrive. Submitted by: Blue Jelly Limited, Windsor. www.bluejelly.net Designer: Paul Horne, Blue Jelly Limited. Contractors: Blue Jelly Limited.

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THESIS ASSET MANAGEMENT LIMITED EXCHANGE BUILDING, ST JOHN’S STREET, CHICHESTER PO19 1UP


THE COMMERCIAL AWARD

SPONSORED BY SAVILLS

UNICORN HOUSE 8 EASTGATE SQUARE, CHICHESTER PO19 1JN The brief was to convert the existing vacant offices laid out over three floors into apartments (see Mid-Scale Residential category) and commercial space. The goal of the project was to maximise the potential of the building while paying homage to a well-known focal point of the city.

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Submitted by: Mecabury Properties Ltd, Bosham. www.rawleigh.co.uk Architect: Martin Helyer, Helyer Davies Architects, Emsworth. www.hdarchitects.co.uk Site Manager: Allan Yuille, Ascia Construction, Rowlands Castle. www.asciaconstruction.co.uk Contractors: Neil Cole and Andy Small, Ascia Construction. Other: Robert Jupp (Surveyor) and Emma Jupp (Project Manager), Cornerstone Building Surveyors, Fareham. www.cornerstonebuildingsurveyors.co.uk

WADHURST PARK ESTATE OFFICE WADHURST PARK, WADHURST TN5 6NT The New Estate Office has completes a group of C19th estate outbuildings which had been split into separate ownerships. The project provides a central office, a staff common room and support facilities in one central location while also restoring the whole group as a coherent architectural and landscape entity.

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Submitted by: Ptolemy Dean Architects, London. www.ptolemydean.co.uk Architect: Ptolemy Dean, Ptolemy Dean Architects. Site Manager: John Beeslee, Hurstway Construction Company Ltd, Cranbrook. www.hurstwayconstruction.co.uk Contractors/Craftsmen: Hurstway Construction Company Ltd. Other: Mark Limbrick, Aros Architects (Interiors), London. www.arosarchitects.com | Andrew Thompson, Blair Thompson Consulting Engineers (M&E), London. www.blairthompson.co.uk | Abbas Contractor, The Morton Partnership Ltd (Structural Engineer), London. www.themortonpartnership.co.uk | Stephen Scammell, Sawyer and Fisher Chartered Quantity Surveyors, Epsom. www.sawyerandfisher.co.uk

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THE COMMERCIAL AWARD WEALDEN CREMATORIUM HORAM ROAD, HORAM, HEATHFIELD TN21 0FX A striking contemporary singlestorey building, with seating for up to 120 mourners in the ceremony hall. Set in a new country park created in 13 hectares of previously agricultural land, the modern design uses stone, glass and water to provide a contemplative setting within the folds of the local landscape.

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Submitted by: Chris Tompsett, Baxall Construction Ltd, Paddock Wood. www.baxallconstruction.co.uk Architect: Clague LLP, Canterbury. www.clague.co.uk Site Manager: Troy Cooper, Baxall Construction Ltd. Contractors: Baxall Construction Ltd. Quantity Surveyors: MacConvilles Surveying, Hove. www.macconvilles.com

WHITE HORSE INN THE STREET, SUTTON RH20 1PS

Submitted by: Odile Griffith, Eclipse Partners Ltd, West Burton. Tel: 01798 831 123. Designer/Project Manager: Odile Griffith. Architect: Julian Vallis, Jane Jones-Warner LLP, Chichester. www.janejoneswarner.com Contractors: Kevin Lucking, KR Lucking Construction Ltd, Petworth. Tel: 01903 745 929. Other: Mark Jenkins and Matt Mason (Specialist Joinery), KP Joinery, Amberley. www.kpjoinery.co.uk | Angela Wildman (Bespoke Kitchen), Control Induction, East Peckham. www.controlinduction.co.uk

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A project to conserve, repair, refurbish and develop an historic, listed country inn to secure a long-term future for this community asset. Extensive works to protect and update the pub, retaining historic features and charm, completed and the pub reopened in December 2018, providing employment and amenity in the SDNP.


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BIENNIAL DINNER 2019 Wednesday 16th October 2019 FIRLE PLACE Sponsored by Adams and Remers LORD AND LADY GAGE will welcome the Sussex Heritage Trust to their home, Firle Place for the 2019 Biennial Dinner. Firle Place is an outstanding privately-owned country house in Sussex that dates from the time of Henry VIII. The dinner will take place in the Little and Great Hall, with pre-dinner drinks kindly provided by Ridgeview in the Long Gallery. Following the three-course dinner, the speaker will be Dr Anna Keay OBE, Director of The Landmark Trust. Tickets will be limited and are available at £175. To book your ticket contact Helen Reeve in the offices of Sussex Heritage Trust on 01243 576 524 or info@sussexheritagetrust.com.

Ridgeview (Wine Sponsor)

Jackson-Stops, Lindfield (Flower Sponsor)


THE ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDING AWARD A restoration, repair, conversion or development scheme, which improves all, or part of an existing or former ecclesiastical building. NEW ACCESS ARRANGEMENTS IN SOUTH PORCH AT BOXGROVE PRIORY CHURCH BOXGROVE PO18 0ED

Submitted by: St. Ann’s Gate Architects, Salisbury. www.stannsgate.com Architect: St. Ann’s Gate Architects. Site Manager: Andrew Bettridge, L. W. Bettridge Ltd, Chichester. Contractors: L W Bettridge Ltd. Craftsmen: W. J. Haysom & Sons (Paving Supplier), Swanage. www.purbeckstone.co.uk Other: The PCC at Boxgrove Priory. www.boxgrovepriory.co.uk

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The brief was for the conservation and re-ordering of the church to allow improved access. A short travel lift was incorporated into the porch – with the porch design forming a seamless part of the design approach. The project was small but complex with archaeological implications.

ST JAMES CENTRE CHURCH LANE, BIRDHAM, CHICHESTER PO20 7HG

Submitted by: Richard Meynell Ltd, Birdham. Tel: 01243 512 327. Architect: Richard Meynell. Site Manager: Barry Shepherd. Details on request. Principal Contractors: T Couzens & Sons Ltd, West Marden. www.couzens.co.uk Craftsmen: Shepherd & Grantham (Stonemasons). Details on request | MKB Joinery. Details on request | Mel Howse (Glass Artist), Chichester. www.melhowse.com Other: E. Mew & Sons Ltd (Roofer). Details on request.

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The brief was to provide a multifunctional series of spaces for the Grade I listed church, with a replacement of an existing extension. The St James centre is faced with brick and lime mortar, large lime rendered panels and all beneath a handmade clay tiled roof.


THE ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDING AWARD BEFORE

ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST ST JOHN’S ROAD, CROWBOROUGH TN6 1RZ A church built in 1839 by the De La Warr family. The brief was to build a new church hall separate from the church. The building was to be subservient to the main church in terms of scale, but retain its own architectural identity and elegance. Submitted by: John D Clarke Architects, Eastbourne. www.jdcarchitects.co.uk Architect/Principal Designer: Mark Anderson assisted by Andrew Doble, John D Clarke Architects. Clerk of Works/Principal Contractor: Brian Gaskin, Crowborough. Tel: 01892 661 343. Contractors: Stevens Brothers Ltd, Crowborough. Tel: 01892 653 614. Other: Richard Hooker (M&E Consultant), STS Design, Crowborough. Tel: 07798 691 770 | Charles Shapcott (Structural Engineer), Solihull. Tel: 0121 704 4312 | Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd, London. www.pre-construct.com

ST PETER AD VINCULA WISBOROUGH GREEN, SUSSEX RH14 0EA A Grade I listed church which was re-ordered to include new toilets, two vestries, a refreshment area and full height glazed entrance doors. The initial concept designs were prepared by The Goddard Partnership and glass artist Mel Howse, developed the designs for the new vestries.

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Submitted by: Valley Builders Ltd, East Grinstead. www.vbl.co.uk Architect: The Goddard Partnership, Bishop’s Waltham. www.thegoddardpartnership.com Site Manager: John Beasley, Valley Builders Ltd. Main Contractor: Valley Builders Ltd. Contractors: West’s Joinery, East Dean. www.westsofeastdean.co.uk | Ion Glass, Wivelsfield. www.ionglass.co.uk | Tilleys Stonemasons Ltd, Brighton. www.stonemasonsbrighton.co.uk Craftsmen: Bishop & Sons, Ipswich. www.bishopandsonipswich.co.uk | Mel Howse, Chichester. www.melhowse.co.uk

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ST THOMAS THE MARTYR CHURCH WINCHELSEA, TN36 4EB A Grade I listed building, featuring a magnificent modern stained-glass window designed by Edward Strachan. The contract consisted of retiling the north and south slopes of the South Aisle, installing two new cast iron rainwater pipes and associated new surface water drains and soakaways. Submitted by: Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd, Eastbourne. www.clarke-roofing.co.uk Architect: Richard Crook, John D Clarke Architects, Eastbourne. www.jdcarchitects.co.uk Site Manager: Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd. Contractors: Tilley Stonemasons Ltd, Brighton. www.stonemasonsbrighton.co.uk | Galenite Ltd, Bexhill-on-Sea. www.galenite.co.uk Other: Chris Butler Archeological Services Ltd, Polegate. www.cbasltd.co.uk

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Submitted by: J H Payne & Sons Ltd, Hailsham. www.jhpayne.co.uk Architect: Richard Andrews, Carden and Godfrey Architects, London. www.cardenandgodfrey.co.uk Site Manager: Chris Sherrard, J H Payne & Sons Ltd. Contractors: J H Payne & Sons Ltd | Dysons Heating Ltd (Plumbing), Eastbourne. www.dysonsheating.co.uk | Elphick Bros Plastering Ltd, Eastbourne. www.elphickplastering.co.uk Craftsmen: J H Payne & Sons Ltd | Tilley Stonemasons Ltd, Brighton. www.stonemasonsbrighton.co.uk | Aldershaw Handmade Tiles Ltd, Sedlescombe. www.aldershaw.co.uk

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A Grade I listed Building dating back to 10th-century, although the existing building is mostly 13th-century with some 14th-century additions. The aim of the project was to provide an extension for visitor facilities, including lavatories and a kitchen area, to support church and community activities.


THE ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDING AWARD THE QUIRE ROOF PROJECT CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL, CHICHESTER WEST SUSSEX PO19 1PX The re-covering of the Quire roof at the Cathedral, is the first phase in a sequence of work to the roofs of the building. The copper roof coverings were removed and replaced with lead to the high Quire roof, and to the low Quire aisle roofs, using cast lead of the thickest type available.

BEFORE

Submitted by: Antony Feltham-King, St. Ann’s Gate Architects, Salisbury. www.stannsgate.com Architect: Antony Feltham-King, St. Ann’s Gate Architects. Site Manager: Jeremy Attwood and Cary Wadey, DBR Ltd, Worthing. www.dbrlimited.com Contractors: DBR Ltd. Craftsmen: John Maddison and Constantin Nistok (Carpenters), DBR Ltd | John Hill, Dale Hill and Lewis Hill (Lead Work), DBR Ltd. Client: The Dean & Chapter, Chichester Cathedral.

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drink. EAT. STAY. To book a table or room call 01798 869191 or visit www.whitehorseinn-sutton.co.uk

The Terrace is now open for al fresco dining

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THE LANDSCAPE & GARDEN AWARD

SPONSORED BY THE ERNEST KLEINWORT CHARITABLE TRUST A reclamation or improvement scheme in an urban or rural environment, which restores an original feature or facility or creates a new one in a publie or private area. CLINTON LODGE HIGH STREET, FLETCHING TN22 3ST

Submitted by: Lady N. Collum, Clinton Lodge. Architect: Austin Clegg, Groombridge. Tel: 01892 861 451. Contractors: Comber and Son, East Grinstead. www.comberandson.co.uk Craftsmen: Chris Pellet, Albourne Stone & Marble, Lewes. www.albournestone.co.uk

TOOVEY’S Valuing the past, embracing the future

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SPRING GARDENS, A24 WASHINGTON, RH20 3BS 01903 891955 auctions@tooveys.com www.tooveys.com

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The aim was to provide a place for rest, shelter and entertaining. The project comprised the Pavilion made of local Sussex stone, that takes the form of a temple, a formal garden in front and an obelisk as an ‘eye catcher’, all to take advantage of views to the Downs across open park land.


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SPONSORED BY THE ERNEST KLEINWORT CHARITABLE TRUST RESTORATION OF THE WALLED GARDEN AND SURROUNDING AREA BRIGHTLING PARK TN32 5HR The walled garden at Brightling Park dates from about 1800. Last used as a garden in 1960 but had fallen into disrepair. Work was completed to restore the arches and walls and the surrounding pleasure ground area of a pond, bog garden and statue of Meleager.

BEFORE

Submitted by: Henry Grissell, HeathďŹ eld. Tel: 01424 838 207. Architect: Henry Grissell. Contractors: Mr J. French, Robertsbridge. Tel: 07815 099 370. Craftsmen: Wealdenproperty Developments. Details on request.

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TICKERAGE MILL TICKERAGE LANE, BLACKBOYS TN22 5LU The gardens surrounding this Grade II listed property have been restored and enhanced. Original features, including the large mill pond and water garden, have been refurbished while new areas have been created to improve the property as a family home. New work includes the creation of a courtyard, formal garden and extensive lawns. Submitted by: Esse Landscapes, Copthorne. www.esseland.co.uk Architect: John D Clarke Architects, Eastbourne. www.jdcarchitects.co.uk Garden Designer: Amanda Patton, Pulborough. www.amandapatton.co.uk Contractors: Esse Landscapes. Craftsmen: Martin Jones (Supervisor) & the team, Esse Landscapes. Other: Lisa Fisher, Archaeology Services Lewes, Hailsham. www.aslewes.co.uk

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THE LARGE SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY COVERS TIMBER & BUILDERS MERCHANTS A restoration, conversion or new-build of more than ten units. ALLEY GROVES COWFOLD RH13 8BN MH Architects was appointed by Saxon Weald to prepare and submit a full detailed application for 20 new dwellings. The scheme was designed to provide a traditional rural aesthetic that respected the historic context of Cowfold and established an immediate sense of ‘place’ and belonging. Submitted by: MH Architects, Chichester. www.mharchitects.co.uk Architect: MH Architects. Site Manager: Adrian Cator, Drew Smith Ltd, Southampton. www.drewsmith.co.uk Contractors: Drew Smith Ltd.

ELLIS GORDON COURT ELM COURT, NEWHAVEN BN9 9TB The brief was to create a new modern and inviting entrance area with a new apartment above along with a series of internal reconfiguration works to improve the existing communal areas and create a number of new one and two bedroom apartments in lieu of the existing bedsit configurations. BEFORE

Submitted by: Brewster Bye Architects, Leeds. www.brewsterbye.co.uk Architectural Technologist: Jack Dooley, Brewster Bye Architects. Contractors: Fowler Group, Horsham. www.fowlergroup.co.uk

HIGHWOOD MILL THE BOULEVARD, HORSHAM RH12 1GF

Submitted by: PRP, Thames Ditton. www.prp-co.uk Architect: PRP. Contractors: Berkeley Homes (Southern) Limited, Leatherhead. www.berkeleygroup.co.uk Other: PRP (Landscape Architect) | Bell Cornwell (Planning Consultants), Hook. www.bell-cornwell.co.uk

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PRP was appointed by Saxon Weald in partnership with Berkeley Homes to design and deliver an idyllic exemplar extra housing scheme of older people at the heart of a new community. This involved 105 high-quality apartments of people over 55 along with a communal hub.


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SPONSORED BY COVERS TIMBER & BUILDERS MERCHANTS

LAND AT THE FRIDAYS GILBERTS DRIVE, EAST DEAN, BN20 0BE The development consists of 11 dwellings with five built forms. The dwellings have been designed carefully to draw on the highest quality buildings from East Dean’s historic core and feature flint elevations to help them blend in with neighbouring development and landscape.

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Submitted by: Mark Best MRTPI, Parker Dann, Lewes. www.parkerdann.co.uk Architect: Andrew Goodwin, Mackellar Schwerdt Architects, Lewes. www.mackellarschwerdt.co.uk Site Manager: Marc McGovern, A & F Pilbeam Construction, Brighton. www.pilbeamconstruction.co.uk Contractors: A & F Pilbeam Construction.

LAYTONFIELDS HURSTPIERPOINT BN6 9YH

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The development comprises 17 new double and single storey dwellings from two to five-bedroom layouts. Four hectares of the purchased land has been protected as Country Open Space in perpetuity with a children’s play area and a new public walkway. All achieve five-star energy ratings.

PEGASUSLIFE HORTLSEY SUTTON PARK ROAD, SEAFORD BN25 1QX RCKa was appointed by specialist retirement developer PegasusLife to help deliver an ambitious programme of high-quality retirement living developments. The scheme comprised 38 apartments, with under croft car park, extensive landscaping and communal facilities.

BEFORE

Submitted by: Rydon Homes Ltd, Forest Row. www.rydonhomes.co.uk Architect: Clague LLP, Canterbury. www.clague.co.uk Contractors: Rydon Homes Ltd.

Submitted by: RCKa Architects, London. www.rcka.co.uk Architect: RCKa Architects. Site Manager: Alun Tomlinson, Midas Construction, Southampton. www.midasgroup.co.uk Contractors: Midas Construction.

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THE MID-SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD

SPONSORED BY HANS & MÄRIT RAUSING CHARITABLE TRUST A restoration, conversion or new-build of two to ten units. CAMBRIDGE FARM CAMBRIDGE LANE, WALDRON, HEATHFIELD TN21 0PB

Submitted by: Mark Procter, Procter Developments, Heathfield. marknprocter@gmail.com Architect: Chris Smith, 3-D Architecture Ltd, Uckfield. www.3d-architecture.co.uk Contractors: Procter Developments. Craftsmen: Andy Grant, Metal Roof Ltd, Canterbury. www.metalroof.ltd.uk Other: Adrian Moore MRTPI, Parker Dann (Planning Consultants), Lewes. www.parkerdann.co.uk | OHM Energy, Eastbourne. www.ohmenergy.co.uk

CONSTRUCTION

Two contemporary dwellings were designed in place of the existing steel roofed/timber clad barns. The new builds are highly insulated steel roofed/sustainable timber clad. The houses have large glazed windows/doors to create a light open living space with the latest heat recovery system and air source heating.

ORCHARD BARNS FUNTINGTON

Submitted by: King and Drury Construction Ltd, Chichester. www.kinganddrury.com Architect: Randell Design Group, Chichester. www.randelldesigngroup.com Contractors: King and Drury Construction Ltd.

INTERIOR

An executive development of four houses set within the Southdown’s national park. Traditionally inspired pallet of external finished and a mix of house types, have helped the development blend in with the agricultural surroundings of Funtington.

MALTHOUSE HALL 1 AND 2, COOKSBRIDGE ROAD, COOKSBRIDGE SUSSEX BN8 4SL

Submitted by: Bailey Brothers Ltd, Hassocks. baileybrothers@hotmail.co.uk Architect: Mike Smith, Insite Planning, Brighton. Tel: 01273 558 118. Contractors/Craftsmen: Bailey Brothers Ltd.

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Malthouse Hall was built in the 1750’s as a Malthouse and converted into a village hall in the early 1900’s. A Grade II listed building, the building was in poor condition when converted into two 3-bedroom houses.


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SPONSORED BY HANS & MÄRIT RAUSING CHARITABLE TRUST SPIRE VIEW ORMONDE AVENUE, CHICHESTER PO19 7BY A gated mews development nestled between allotments and the Roman amphitheatre with views of Chichester Cathedral. This land locked piece of land had an end of terrace house removed to build 3 threebedroom properties. Hampshire used michelmersh bricks, features such at door entrance archways designed in keeping with local houses.

DRIVE VIEW

Submitted by: Spencer Stent, Stonehurst Properties, Chichester. www.stonehurstproperties.co.uk Architect: Phil Dudley, Southampton. Tel: 01489 786 670. Contractors: Stonehurst Properties. Craftsmen: Smart Construction, Chichester. www.smartconstruction76.co.uk Other: Aqua Therm, Oving. www.aquathermplumbing.co.uk | Medowgate Construction, Sidlesham. Tel: 07824 994 391. Other: Aqua Therm, Oving. www.aquathermplumbing.co.uk | Medowgate Construction, Sidlesham. Tel: 07824 994 391.

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THE VAULTS FULLERS PASSAGE, LEWES BN7 2LT The scheme comprises four contemporary houses, utilising traditional materials and arranged in a modern aesthetic. The unique interest in this site are the listed chalk vaults that these houses sit astride. Dating back some 300 years, the vaults are full of mason marks and markings from history. Submitted by: Paul Templeton, Baobab Developments, Brighton. www.baobabdevelopments.com Architect: Yelo Architects Ltd, Brighton. www.yeloarchitects.com Contractors: Minton Young, Hove. www.mintonyoung.com

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SPONSORED BY HANS & MÄRIT RAUSING CHARITABLE TRUST UNICORN HOUSE 8 EASTGATE SQUARE, CHICHESTER PO19 1JN

Submitted by: Mecabury Properties Ltd, Bosham. www.rawleigh.co.uk Architect: Martin Helyer, Helyer Davies Architects, Emsworth. www.hdarchitects.co.uk Site Manager: Allan Yuille, Ascia Construction, Rowlands Castle. www.asciaconstruction.co.uk Contractors: Neil Cole and Andy Small, Ascia Construction. Other: Robert Jupp (Surveyor) and Emma Jupp (Project Manager), Cornerstone Building Surveyors, Fareham. www.cornerstonebuildingsurveyors.co.uk

INTERIOR

The brief was to convert the existing vacant offices into a multi-occupational building comprising six high specification apartments divided between the first and second floors covering an area of 5,700 square feet, with a ground floor commercial space (see Commercial Category).

WELLINGTON MEWS 67 BROYLE ROAD, CHICHESTER PO19 6BD

Submitted by: MH Architects, Chichester. www.mharchitects.co.uk Architect: MH Architects. Site Manager: Peter Frettsome, Construct-ten, Havant. Tel: 01243 514 783. Contractors: Construct-ten.

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The brief to MH Architects by Elberry Properties was to design a number of mews houses that would sit comfortably alongside and enhance the setting of the Chichester Festival Theatre building. Borrowing classical proportions from the CFT building resulted in four new mews houses.


THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD

SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT LIMITED

A project which provides or improves facilities for the community.

BEFORE

ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING NEW FOOTBRIDGE AND LIFT MARTELLO TOWER 74, SEAFORD MUSEUM AND HERITAGE SOCIETY, THE ESPLANADE, SEAFORD BN25 9BH The brief was to design and to oversee a range of improvements to the accessibility of Seaford Martello Tower and its Museum, including the fabrication and installation of a footbridge spanning the existing dry moat in order to provide wheelchairuser access to the Tower. Submitted by: Morgan Carn Architects, Brighton. www.morgancarn.com Architect: Lap Chan and Martin Wilyman, Morgan Carn Architects. Contractors: Marc Thomas, Karn Sandilands, Chris Sivers, Dirk Engels of Millimetre Ltd, Portslade. www.millimetre.uk.net Other: Atelier One Structural Engineers, London. www.atelierone.com

BEFORE

BATTLE RAILWAY STATION STATION ROAD, BATTLE TN33 0DE Constructed in 1852, to the designs of architect William Tress, it is widely considered to be one of the finest gothic revival stations in the country. The Grade II listed building required substantial repairs to the chimneys, roofing, rainwater goods and walling stones all whilst the station remained open. Submitted by: Clague LLP, Canterbury. www.clague.co.uk Architect: James Kenton, Clague LLP. Contractors: REDEC Ltd, Sevington. www.redec.co.uk Craftsmen: Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd, Eastbourne. www.clarke-roofing.co.uk Other: Rother District Council, Bexhill-on-Sea. www.rother.gov.uk

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THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD BEFORE

SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT LIMITED CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE OAKLANDS PARK, CHICHESTER PO19 6AP In 2017 the Theatre embarked on a bold and technically challenging project to undertake corrective works to an extensive area of failing concrete. A year of innovative trials and experimentation created a pioneering approach and facilitated one of the largest concrete conservation repairs to be undertaken in the UK. Submitted by: Faithful+Gould, London. www.fgould.com Architect: Richard Stocking, Faithful+Gould. Site Manager: Lee McAldine, Triton Buidling Conservation, London. www.tritonrestoration.co.uk Contractors: Triton Buidling Conservation. Other: Price and Meyers, London. www.pricemyers.com | Jeremy Bragg Surveying & Projects Ltd (EA), Poole.

CHICHESTER FREE SCHOOL HUNSTON ROAD, HUNSTON, CHICHESTER PO20 1NP The former Carmelite Convent site in Hunston, West Sussex was built in 1870, had fallen into a dilapidated state following the building being vacated in 1994. The Building was converted to build an ‘all through’ school and to completely renovate the Convent to become the ‘Heart of the School’.

A Grade II listed building built in c1750 situated on top of a Scheduled Ancient Monument and unused since 1905. The façade has been restored with a burnt Sussex clay tile finish and mortar torching underneath secured to the brick structure. West Sussex CC have subsequently reinstated the windmill’s sails. Submitted by: Brodie Plant Goddard, Dorking. www.bpg.com Architect: Brodie Plant Goddard. Contractors: Fowler Building Contractors, Cowfold. www.fowlerbuildingcontractors.co.uk

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BEFORE

HALNAKER WINDMILL MILL LANE, BOXGROVE PO18 0LX

BEFORE

Submitted by: Noviun Architects, Chichester. www.noviun.com Architect: Noviun Architects. Site Manager: Jerome Curran. Details on request. Contractors: Farrans Construction. Details on request.


THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD

SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT LIMITED

PETWORTH HOUSE TENNIS COURT The brief was to extend the Real Tennis court to meet the needs and interests of Petworth House Tennis Club, the National Trust and the LeconďŹ eld Estate. The design provides modern facilities that are sympathetic to the character and history of the Grade I listed building and its setting.

BEFORE

Submitted by: Savills, Petworth. www.savills.co.uk Architect: Terry Adsett, Savills. Site Manager: Simon Hepworth, A & F Pilbeam Construction, Brighton. www.pilbeamconstruction.co.uk Contractors: A & F Pilbeam Construction. Craftsmen: Tilley Stonemasons Ltd, Brighton. www.stonemasonsbrighton.co.uk Other: Baqus (Quantity Surveyors), Chichester. www.baqus.co.uk | Hockley and Dawson (Structural Engineers), Cranleigh. www.hockleyanddawson.co.uk | Vortex 9 (M&E Consultants). Details on request.

THE ALLMOND CENTRE FAIRFIELD COTTAGES, COWFOLD RH13 8BL The brief was to create a new facility to replace the old and outdated sport pavilion located on the Playing Field in the centre of Cowfold. The existing building comprised of two structures joined together and was refurbished along with a new extension with the whole fabric having been completely upgraded.

BEFORE

Submitted by: Douglas J.P. Edwards, Chartered Building Surveyors, Shipley. Tel: 01403 740 034. Surveyor: Douglas J.P. Edwards. Site Manager: Will Lydon, Fowler Building Contractors, Cowfold. www.fowlerbuildingcontractors.co.uk Contractors: Fowler Building Contractors.

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THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD THE CHARLESTON TRUST’S BARNS AND GALLERIES The Hay and Threshing Barns had fallen into disuse after a fire in the 1980s. Visible flintwork, timberwork and significant engineering were required to stabilise them. A new building provides art Galleries. Opened in 2018 with a programme of exhibitions, events and a café/ restaurant.

COURTYARD

SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT LIMITED

Submitted by: The Charleston Trust, Lewes. www.charleston.org.uk Architects: Julian Harrap Architects (Barns), London. www.julianharraparchitects.co.uk | Jamie Fobert Architects (Galleries), London. www.jamiefobertarchitects.com Contractors: R Durtnell & Sons, Westerham. Tel: 01959 564 105. Craftsmen: The Flintman Company, Lewes. www.flintman.co.uk Other: Manorwood, Chilgrove. www.manorwood.co.uk

THE DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE COMPTON STREET, EASTBOURNE BN21 4PP

Submitted by: John D Clarke Architects, Eastbourne. www.jdcarchitects.co.uk Architect: Richard Crook, John D Clarke Architects. Site Manager: Phil Snook and Paul Godfrey, Ellis Building Contractors Ltd, Eastbourne. www.ellisbuilders.co.uk Contractors: Ellis Building Contractors Ltd. Craftsmen: Ace Joinery Ltd, Hastings. www.acejoinerysolutions.co.uk Other: HTP Consulting Engineers, Little Horsted. www.htpartnership.co.uk | The Friends of The Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne. www.fodpt.org.uk

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A Grade II listed Building designed by the 7th Duke of Devonshire’s Architect, Henry Currey, and completed in 1884. The brief was to invigorate the two WCs adjoining to the foyer in the Victorian style to complement the ornate interior.


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SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT

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THE NEW BURY THEATRE HURSTPIERPOINT COLLEGE, COLLEGE LANE, HURSTPIERPOINT, HASSOCKS BN6 9JS The new Performing Arts Centre provides the day and boarding school with a flexible 370-seat courtyard theatre with the central mass of the auditorium rising in the middle, with four columnar roof vents punctuating the roof ridge, and the ancillary spaces wrapped as a secondary layer around the outside.

© BFF

Submitted by: Burrell Foley Fischer LLP, London. www.bff-architects.com Architect: Burrell Foley Fischer LLP. Contractors: Management and Construction Services Ltd, Weybridge. www.mcs-construction.co.uk

© Dennis Gilbert

THE NUGEE AND WINN BUILDINGS EASTBOURNE COLLEGE, OLD WISH ROAD, EASTBOURNE BN21 4JY

CARLISLE RD ELEVATION

The aim of the buildings was to provide the College with new sporting facilities, swimming pool, dining facilities, classrooms and social spaces. Located in the College Conservation Area, the sports facilities were sunk into the ground, with the dining hall and classrooms built over the top. Submitted by: Miller Bourne Architects, Hove. www.miller-bourne.co.uk Architect: Miller Bourne Architects. Site Manager: Mike Rozier, VINCI Construction UK Ltd, Reigate. www.vinciconstruction.co.uk Contractors: VINCI Construction UK Ltd.

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THE PUBLIC & COMMUNITY AWARD SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT LIMITED ORIEL WINDOW GILBERT SCOTT LIBRARY, BRIGHTON COLLEGE, EASTERN ROAD BN2 0AL

Submitted by: Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd, Rudgwick. www. traditionalstoneltd.co.uk Site Manager: John Rye, Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd. Contractors: Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd. Craftsmen: Ian Robb, Neale Watts, Steve Collis, Bradley Thwaites. Traditional Stone Restoration Ltd.

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VENUE ON THE GREEN STATION ROAD, FOREST ROW RH18 5EL

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The oriel window at Brighton College is a prominent feature from the George Gilbert Scott designed Grade II listed “Main” building which was the first building for the College in 1845. With concerns over the deteriorating condition of the window, it was replaced in its entirety, designed and constructed to match the original.

The Venue on the Green is a new innovative building situated on Forest Row village green providing a new home for the youth club as well as providing facilities for the skate park, outdoor gym, football pitches and festivals that take place on the green. Submitted by: Douch Partners Ltd, Forest Row. www.douchpartners.com Architect: Nicolas Pople Architects Ltd, Forest Row. www.nicolaspople.com Site Manager: Jerry Chandler and Johannes Soper, c/o Douch Partners Ltd. Contractors: Douch Partners Ltd. Craftsmen: Jerry Chandler (Joinery), East Grinstead. Tel: 07766 663 793. Other: Corbett & Tasker Ltd (Structural Engineer), London. www.corbett-tasker.com

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SPONSORED BY GATWICK AIRPORT LIMITED BEFORE

THE VOLK’S ELECTRIC RAILWAY, AQUARIUM STATION AND VISITOR CENTRE MADEIRA DRIVE, BRIGHTON Part of a grander scheme to save a unique part of our heritage – the world’s oldest working electric railway. The project saw the conservation of the original Victorian carriages from 1883. The new station/visitor centre and café were developed formally from a playful interpretation of two train carriages on tracks passing one another. Submitted by: ABIR Architects, Hove. www.abir.co.uk Architect: ABIR Architects. Contractors: Cheesmur Building Contractors, Lewes. www.cheesmur.co.uk

THE SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY RH & RW CLUTTON

A restoration, conversion or new-build of one unit. NEW DETACHED ANNEX AMEN BARN, FITTLEWORTH The objective was to provide an annex for co-generational living on the site to replace an old pig sty and store, whilst blending in with the surroundings and traditional style to give the effect of a converted farm building. All walling stone was salvaged, along using salvaged and replacement materials. Submitted by: Nutbourne Construction Ltd, Chichester. Tel: 01243 574 320. Site Manager: Albert Jones, Nutbourne Construction Ltd. Contractors: Nutbourne Construction Ltd. Craftsmen: James Breading, Daryl Jones, Steve Hamphill. Details on request.

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Submitted by: Felce and Guy Partnership LLP, Hove. www.felceandguy.co.uk Architect: Andy Waters, Felce and Guy Partnership LLP. Contractors: Closewall Construction, Haywards Heath. www.closewall.co.uk

BEFORE

The house is uniquely set on an island site and is approached via a small footbridge over the river Ouse. The old mill house was replaced with a new timber-framed fourbedroomed house originally to provide 200m2 of accommodation, with the later addition of the converted attic space to provide two extra bedrooms and associated facilities.

BREWHURST MILL LOXWOOD The brief was to agree a method of conversion with the Historic Buildings Advisor and convert this functional mill into a family home, retaining as much of the original character as possible.

BROOK BARN WARTLING The transformation of an 18th-century barn to create a modern family home where internal and external connections were improved to make the building work better. This included a glazed link to connect the existing kitchen and living room and a garden ofďŹ ce/studio. Submitted by: Zac Monro Architects, London. www. z-m-a.co.uk Architect: Zac Monro Architects. Contractors: Glenn Curtis, Sussex Construction Ltd, Flimwell. www.sussexconstruction.co.uk Craftsmen: Sussex Construction Ltd | meia, London. www.meia.co.uk

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Submitted by: Nicholls Countryside Construction. www.nichollsltd.com Architect: John Rippin, Details on request. Project Manager: Jonny Gowing, Nicholls Countryside Construction. Site Manager: Tom Baker, Nicholls Countryside Construction. Contractors: Nicholls Countryside Construction.


THE SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY RH & RW CLUTTON

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BURWASH BARN BURWASH Originally built as part of the farm the agricultural outbuilidngs are ancillary to a Grade II listed 17th-century farmhouse in East Sussex located within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The aim of the project was to provide additional family accommodation as a contemporary interpretation of Sussex vernacular architecture. Submitted by: Soraya Khan, Theis + Khan Architects, Tunbridge Wells. www.theisandkhan.com Architect: Simon Sharpe, Theis + Khan Architects. Contractors: D Geal Contractors Ltd. Groombridge. www.dgealcontractors.co.uk

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COATES CASTLE NR FITTLEWORTH The original building was a Strawberry Hill gothic styled house dating form 1805, which is now Grade II listed. The house following World War I had fallen into semi-dereliction. The brief was to completely overhaul and modernise the house, removing poorly conceived alterations from early C20. Submitted by: James Wells Architects, Chichester. www.jameswellsarchitects.co.uk Architect: James Wells, James Wells Architects. Site Manager: Jonny Gowing, Nicholls Countryside Construction, Billingshurst. www.nichollsltd.com Contractors: Richard Nicholls, Nicholls Countryside Construction. Craftsmen: Stephen Anthony Design Ltd (Cabinet Maker, Kitchen), Havant. www.stephenanthonydesign.com

COODEN SEA ROAD COODEN This was a vacant site comprising an unused portion of land adjacent to the 18th fairway of Cooden Beach Golf Club. The brief was to provide an appropriate, modern family home, it was considered appropriate to present a building of quality in a modern idiom to enhance the local setting. CLOSE UP

Submitted by: Tom Drysdale, WAS Chartered Architects, UckďŹ eld. www.wasarchitects.co.uk Architect: Tom Drysdale. Contractors: Edward Connor (self-build). Details on request.

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COTTAGE GARTH HASSOCKS This semi-detached property was originally a detached house. Later another house was abutted to it, the front of the house originally had no architectural features. The solution drew on the use of a Palladian window pattern, with the volume of property increasing and the centralizing of a new front door. BEFORE

Submitted by: DK Architects, Hove. www.dk-architects.com Architect: DK Architects. Contractors: Robert Moore, CBS Contractors, Ditchling. Tel: 07900 550 169.

COUNTRY LIVING WEST SUSSEX The client brief was to construct a magniďŹ cent country home where the previous property once sat. Working alongside Saville Jones Architects, a Georgian inspired, new build property was built for the demands of 21st century living.

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Submitted by: King and Drury Construction Ltd, Chichester. www.kinganddrury.com Architect: Saville Jones Architects, Worthing. www.savillejones-architects.com Contractors: King and Drury Construction Ltd.

CREEK HOUSE BOSHAM A private bespoke new build house set within the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Bosham Conservation Area. The house draws inuence from the geometries and materials of the sensitive context of Chichester, whilst achieving a contemporary design that undoubtedly challenges the vernacular of the area. Submitted by: AR Design Studio, Winchester. www.ardesignstudio.co.uk Architect: AR Design Studio. Main Contractors: Peter Caldecott Ltd. Details on request. Other: Andrew Waring Associates (Engineer) | David Bennett (Concrete Specialist). All details on request. Photo Credit Martin Gardner

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NEW BUILD ITCHENOR This new build home is composed of materials in keeping with the local vernacular, in a beautiful contemporary design. Two red brick wings with a zinc standing seam double-pitched roof are positioned to allow a finely crafted flint façade to take centre stage, linking an annexe via a glass walkway. Submitted by: R W Armstrong and Sons Ltd, Basingstoke. www.rwarmstrong.co.uk Architect: McLean Quinlan Architects, Winchester. www.mcleanquinlan.com Site Manager: Owen Lewis, R W Armstrong and Sons Ltd. Contractors: R W Armstrong and Sons Ltd.

CURLS COURTYARD RIPE The brief was to provide a modern house to replace an old agricultural ‘Atcost’ barn, bordering a conservation area. The use of Corten steel and dark metal windows meant that the new building kept an agricultural feel, contrasting the steel with coursed natural stone.

A 1700’s timber framed, mathematically tiled semi-detached home with curved bay windows. To rebuild the bays salvaging the curved sashes and glass and incorporate new structural support that maintained the windows slender appearance. Include support avoiding load through the windows so future replacement would not damage the tiled bay. Submitted by: MacConvilles Surveying, Hove. www.macconvilles.com Surveyor: MacConvilles Surveying. Contractors: Hartley Quinn Wilson Ltd, Lewes. www.hqwshowroom.co.uk

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200 HIGH STREET LEWES

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Submitted by: James Minett, Belmont Designs Practice, Haywards Heath. www.belmont-designs.co.uk Designer: Belmont Designs Practice. Contractors: Comber and Son, East Grinstead. www.comberandson.co.uk Other: Prospective Planning, Hove. Tel: 01273 421 199.


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HILL HOUSE PASSIVHAUS, LEWES The site is located alongside an ancient drove road used by fisher folk to carry fresh fish from the old fishing village of Brighton. The house was conceived as a memory of two dilapidated sheds which the project has replaced. The house is a fully certified Passivhaus – the first within Lewes and the wider SDNP. Submitted by: Charles and Hannah Meloy, MELOY Architects, Lewes. www.meloy.co.uk Architect: MELOY Architects. Contractors: Self-build. Craftsmen: Martin Sheppard, JM Furniture, Lewes. www.jmfurniture.co.uk Other: Dan Gibbons, APE Architecture (Passivhaus Consultant), London. www.ape-ad.co.uk

FISHER HILL HOUSE NORTHCHAPEL A Grade II listed large Georgian Manor House with a brief to construct a new single storey extension, with a new underground utility/storage area built underneath. The new work would conserve and enhance the historic fabric, finished with smooth render with stucco quoins and plinth, in lime to match existing.

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Submitted by: Savills, Petworth. www.savills.co.uk Architect: Ewan Stoddart, Savills. Site Manager: Dave Learey, PD Harris Ltd, Albourne. www.pdharris.co.uk Contractors: Andy Handley and Alan Harris, PD Harris Ltd. Craftsmen: Pam Baker, Martin Moore Kitchens. www.martinmoore.com

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THE SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY RH & RW CLUTTON FLINT BARN WARNINGORE HOUSE, EAST CHILTINGTON A self-contained private dwelling, combining the traditional flint and brick heritage whilst introducing a contemporary modern feel. Maximising on natural light, extensive rural views and a green footprint - using renewable energy, recycled materials and a sedum roof. Essentially, scale and design had to preserve the rural setting. Submitted by: Mrs Anna Hardy, Warnington House, East Chiltington. Architect: Red Square Design Ltd, Tunbridge Wells. www.redsquaredb.com Contractors: Dermott Burton, DD Carpentry, Hassocks dhSolar Engineering, Lewes. www.dh-solarengineering.co.uk

Craftsmen: Luke Spencer (Carpentry), Brighton | Chris Manville (Flint and Brick Expert, Hard Landscaping), Barcombe. Other: Mrs Anna Hardy (Project Manager/Garden Designer).

FLINTHURST HURSTPIERPOINT

Submitted by: George Baxter Associates, Haywards Heath. www.georgebaxterassociates.co.uk Architect: George Baxter Associates. Contractors: Tom Challoner, Crownarch Ltd, Hassocks. tomchalloner@msn.com

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A single detached family house, with the main living and bedroom areas overlooking the open views to the South Downs. The plans are arranged in a linear manner composed in a tripartite form that encloses the rear garden area. The first floors arranged either side of the two-storey hall and stairs.

THE SUTTONS CAMBER

Submitted by: RX Architects Ltd, Rye. www.rxarchitects.com Architect: RX Architects Ltd. Contractors: Eco-Librium Solutions | Reina Group Greenes of Sussex. All details on request. Craftsmen: Chartwood Design Joinery. Details on request.

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A newly built beach house to create a functional family space, a building that can withstand the extreme environment, maximising the incredible views and working to highly sustainable principles. The design creates varied pockets of external space at ground level to offer shelter from the sun, wind and rain.


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Submitted by: Fuller Associates, Arundel. www.fuller-associates.co.uk Architect: David Fuller, Fuller Associates. Contractors: Nicholas Coppin Ltd, Ford. www.nicholascoppin.com Other: Karen Campbell (Interior Design), London. www.karencampbellinteriors.com | Mark Payne Landscape Design, Arundel. www.markpaynelandscapedesign.co.uk

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The brief was to design and construct a detached family house comprising spaces suitable to provide a modern style of living tailored to the client’s requirements, whilst maintaining the traditional elegance of a Georgian county house. Careful consideration was given to the use of traditional materials synonymous with the local vernacular.

THE GRANGE (MARLANDS BARN) BARNS GREEN

GREENTREE HALL ESTATE The Greentree Hall Estate is a classical designed Georgian Hall, set within 170 acres of land including 85 acres of Ancient Woodland that has been designed in terms of the basic arrangement of spaces, massing and orientation of the house to respond to the existing landscape setting and topography.

ENTRANCE HALL

Submitted by: George Baxter Associates, Haywards Heath. www.georgebaxterassociates.co.uk Architect: George Baxter Associates. Contractors: Edenbriar. edenrbriar@yahoo.co.uk

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The brief wanted a simple contemporary house that would allow all round views. Composed of two barn structures in a simple vernacular aesthetic which are joined by a glazed structure forming the main entrance. A simple at roofed extension to the new barn steps the building down into the site.

Submitted by: Michael Durran, LCE Architects (UK) Ltd, Brighton. www.lcearch.com Architect: LCE Architects (UK) Ltd. Contractors: Matsim Properties Ltd, Brighton. www.matsim.co.uk Craftsmen: Ashley Marlow, Ashleys Coving and Cornice, Alton. ashleyscornice@gmail.com | Vincent Devany, Contemporary Tiling, Brighton. contemporarytiling@hotmail.co.uk | Mark Verral (Bricklayer and Stone Layer), Brighton. markverrall61@gmail.com

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THE SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD SPONSORED BY RH & RW CLUTTON OLD RESERVOIR MARESFIELD Construction of a new luxury dwelling on the site of an old reservoir. A challenging project in particular establishing the site as “brown-field” and the existing reservoir based needed to be tanked. The upper floors were constructed off site by a firm based in Ireland. BEFORE

Submitted by: G M Moore and Associates, Hailsham. www.gmassociates.co.uk Architect: Phil Brady, G M Moore and Associates. Site Manager/Contractors: Claudia Rich (Self Build).

REPLACEMENT SEAFRONT HOUSE WEST SUSSEX This replacement family house, on a prominent seafront location, is a fusion of the Arts and Crafts elegance and Dutch colonial references, with a nod to the memory of the original house, whilst creating a more appropriate lighter rendered and boarded maritime aesthetic, celebrating the spirit of the seaside.

A 1980s inner terrace house crammed with small rooms making for a very compact family home. The house needed a complete refurb to a light and deceptively spacious, modern family home. Submitted by: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors, Chichester. www.fiftypointeight.co.uk Architect: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors. Contractors: St James Building & Project Management. Details on request. Craftsmen: Pascoe Interiors (Kitchen Designer) Reeve Wood Flooring | St James Building & Project Management (Joinery). All details on request.

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RUFUS CLOSE LEWES

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Submitted by: Pullen Architecture, Chichester. www.pullenarchitecture.co.uk Architect: Trevor Pullen, Pullen Architecture. Contractors: Nicholls Countryside Construction, Billingshurst. www.nichollsltd.com


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ST. JOHN’S STREET CHICHESTER A late 19th to early 20th-century semi-detached, five storey town house. Previously business use it was converted back into residential use and needed upgrading. The aim was to replace the existing two storey extension with a more modest single storey extension and a full refurbishment of the property.

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Submitted by: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors, Chichester. www.fiftypointeight.co.uk Architect: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors. Contractors: Hambrook Construction. Details on request. Craftsmen: Pascoe Interiors (Kitchen Designer) | The Heritage Window Company Zinc (Leadcraft) | Sycamore Joinery Dinesen (Flooring). All details on request.

A long forgotten underground vault designed by Sir Edward Lutyens in 1919 for Lady Sackville West located behind 39-40 Sussex Mansions in Brighton, has been carefully restored and adapted to a repurposed residential use. An important Grade I listed property, originally designed by Brighton Signature Regency architect Charles Augustin Busby, built in 1827.

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SUSSEX SQUARE BRIGHTON

Submitted by: Savills, Petworth. www.savills.co.uk Architect: Ewan Stoddart, Savills. Site Manager: Paddy Dangerfield, Dangerfield Construction Management, Dorking. www.dangerfieldconstruction.co.uk Contractors: Dangerfield Construction Management. Craftsmen: Neil Puttock, Meronden Designs Ltd, Fareham. www.merondendesigns.co.uk Other: Sebastian Shelly (Interior Design). sebastianshelly@googlemail.com | Luke Carter, Lewis and Co Planning Consultants, Brighton. www.lewisplanning.co.uk

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Submitted by: Anthony Sherwin, Uckfield. Tel: 01835 751 117. Architect: Anthony Sherwin. Site Manager: Lee Henderson, Cowbeech. Tel: 01323 833 616. Contractors: Lee Henderson and direct labour (Carpentry) | Andy Quinnell (Electrical). quinnell.andy@gmail.com | Oakleaf Joinery, Hailsham Q. Railings, Stoke-on-Trent. Other: Roger Bunney (Structural Engineer), EAR Sheppard, Eastbourne. www.earsheppard.co.uk

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The Tanyard consists of three distinct attached barns in an ‘L’ shape. The brief was to sympathetically convert the existing timber framed barn to provide linked accommodation to the two ancillary attached barns. The conversion was to maintain and respect the structural integrity of the original timber frame.

THE TIN HOUSE BARN BLACKBOYS

Submitted by: James Bannon, Lewes. jamie.bannon@icloud.com Architect: Simon Atkins. Designer/Principal Contractor: James Bannon. Craftsmen: Anton Daw and Glen Wood. Details on request. Other: Steve Taylor. Details on request.

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The Brief was to provide a sustainable family home that sat comfortably within its surroundings using natural products and local building professionals. The new dwelling was to be future proofed and achieve a code 5 sustainable accreditation.

THE ANNEXE LEWES

Submitted by: MHD Architects Ltd, Ringmer. www.mhdarchitects.co.uk Project Designer: Tony Harrison, MHD Architects Ltd. Contractors: K. Adamczweski, Lewes. kfadamczewski@gmail.com Other: Philip Billingham (Concept Designer), Lewes. Tel: 07710 283 611.

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An understated, contemporary addition, to an imposing Victorian building provides a selfcontained living space for an elderly relative in a garden setting. Carefully framed openings connect the new spaces to the Victorian grandeur of the rooms beyond. Although physically attached to the house, the interface is a subtle transition, formed with frameless glass.


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THE LODGE HEATHFIELD A conversion of a redundant barn at Satinstown Farm to a single bedroom dwelling. The dwelling was constructed to conform with current levels of thermal and sound insulation combined with natural materials using traditional construction methods and techniques, to provide a low maintenance dwelling.

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Submitted by: Parker Dann, Lewes. www.parkerdann.co.uk Architect: Derek Salisbury RIBA. Details on request. Site Manager: Alan Mackenzie and Roger Seymour. Details on request. Contractors: Mick Elms (Brickwork). Details on request. Craftsmen: Alan Mackenzie (Interior Oak Joinery; Interior Fittings and Floor Tiling) Paul Ridgen (Exterior Oak Joinery). Details on request | Roger Seymour (Interior Fittings and Floor Tiling). Other: Adrian Moore MRTPI (Planning Consultant), Parker Dann | Tony Cottingham (Kitchen and Bathroom Fittings). Details on request | Mark Humphrey (Outside Paving and Yard). Details on request.

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THE OLD BARN ISFIELD A Grade II listed barn conversion into a single dwelling that retained all the characteristics of the original farm building. Included were large open plan living areas exposed of the entire high-level roof zones, which retained the internal character of the barn. Submitted by: Parker Dann, Lewes. www.parkerdann.co.uk Architect: Chris Smith, 3D Architecture, UckďŹ eld. www.3d-architecture.co.uk Contractors/Craftsmen: Trinity Homes. Details on request. Other: Adrian Moore MRTPI (Planning Consultant), Parker Dann.

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Submitted by: John D Clarke Architects, Eastbourne. www.jdcarchitects.co.uk Architect: Richard Crook, John D Clarke Architects. Site Manager: David Humpreys, J H Payne & Sons Ltd, Hailsham. www.jhpayne.co.uk Contractors: J H Payne & Sons Ltd. Craftsmen: Roger Barton Glazing Studios (Leaded Light Windows), Brighton. Tel: 01273 563 140 | Polegate Roofing Ltd (Roof Tiling), Haywards Heath. Tel: 01323 482 166. Other: David and Barbara Martin (Archaeologists), Bexhill-on-Sea. Tel: 01424 732 473 | HTP Consulting Engineers, Little Horsted. www.htpartnership.co.uk

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A Grade II listed house, whose most famous owner was the actress, Vivien Leigh. The shell of the original, early/ mid 18th-century timber-framed house survived. Sympathetic changes were made at all floor levels and a new extension was designed, conserving and exposing as much of the historic fabric as possible.

WATCOMBE COTTAGE RYE The project involved the demolition of the small original 1920’s bungalow with a new contemporary three-bedroom house. The brief was to create a highly sustainable family home using natural materials where possible, designed to read as a cluster of buildings, typical of sporadic rural development of agricultural buildings.

Architect: RX Architects Ltd. Contractors: A.S Blake Building and Carpentry Reina Group | Stephen Evans Engineers. All details on request. Craftsmen: Chartwood Design Joinery | Rye Engineers. All details on request.

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Submitted by: RX Architects Ltd, Rye. www.rxarchitects.com


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WHYKE LANE CHICHESTER A Victorian end of terrace house built in circa 1887. The brief was to increase the size of the kitchen and dining area, whilst introducing more natural day lighting into this space and refurbish some upstairs space with a new staircase. A new single storey rear extension was created.

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Submitted by: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors, Chichester. www.fiftypointeight.co.uk Architect: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors. Contractors: NVT Construction. Craftsmen: Pascoe Interiors (Kitchen Designer) | Zinc (Leadcraft) | Maxlight (External Glazing) | Whitesales (roof Glazing) | NVT Construction (Joinery). All details on request.

WICKHAM HOUSE POYNINGS The client was looking to extend and remodel the existing house in a way that would allow for modern family living. The intrinsic traditional character and style of the existing house was wanted to be retained and respected.

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Submitted by: George Baxter Associates, Haywards Heath. www.georgebaxterassociates.co.uk Architect: George Baxter Associates. Contractors: Luke & Luke Construction, Upper Beeding. www.lukeandlukeconstruction.co.uk

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SUSSEX HERITAGE PERSON OF THE YEAR 2018 SPONSORED BY HARVEY’S BREWERY

The recognition of one person’s outstanding commitment to the heritage of Sussex. Neil Holland - Architect and Artist The winner of the Sussex Heritage Person of the Year Award 2018 was Neil Holland, recognising his extraordinary contribution to architecture in the county. His work includes the early 1970s commission to design the reception building for Sir Peter Scott’s Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in Arundel, followed by numerous award winning residential and other projects across Sussex. Neil is also a successful and renowned artist, painting landscapes of the South East of England and focusing on his home country of Sussex. His paintings and architectural drawings have been exhibited at the Mall Galleries, London and the Royal Academy. On presenting the Award to Neil at last year’s ceremony, Dr John Godfrey said “in his painting, as well as his architecture, Neil celebrates the English landscape and the harmonious relationship between landscape and man’s use of it, especially in building design. It is for this reason, and for his outstanding contribution to the architectural landscape of Sussex over so many years, that Neil is awarded the Sussex Heritage Person of the Year 2018.” The winner of the 2019 Sussex Heritage Person of the Year Award will be announced at the awards presentation on Wednesday 3rd July at Pangdean Old Barn, Pyecombe.

SUSSEX HERITAGE TRUST TRUSTEES AND PATRONS The Trust said a sad goodbye to Patron, Andrew Thorburn. We were excited to welcome former Chairman, Alastair Johns as a new Patron and the following Trustees: James Cooper (former Director at Stanstead House and Gardens), David Cowan (Chairman, Cowan Architects), Richard Crook (architect and former partner, John D Clarke Architects) and Nick Jones (Estate Manager, Glynde Place).

CHAIRMAN OF THE SUSSEX HERITAGE TRUST AWARDS Simon Knight DL FRICS (Vice-Chairman)

PRESIDENT The Rt. Hon. Lord Egremont DL

Sarah Chapman James Cooper David Cowan BSc BArch RIBA FRSA Richard Crook RIBA, AADIPL, AABC FRSA

CHAIRMAN Dr John Godfrey DL MA FRGS FSA 50

PATRONS The Rt. Hon. Lord Lloyd of Berwick PC Nigel H Clutton OBE FRICS Christopher J Gebbie OBE Violet Hancock BA MBA Alastair Johns The Lady Renton of Mount Harry John C Small FRIBA FRSA TRUSTEES Charles Anson DL CVO MA (Cantab)

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Angela Hobson Neil Holland RIBA ACA Nick Jones Bsc MRICs FAAV Francis Nation-Dixon MA (Cantab) Graham Peters DL Chris Stebbing FCA (Treasurer and Company Secretary) Graham Turner BSc (Hons) FCIOB Simon Ward MRAC FRICS Victoria Williams BA AMA FRSA PROJECT OFFICER Robert Overton-Hart BSc FRICS MCIOB MCIArb ADMINISTRATORS Helen Reeve BA (Hons) Katya Smith


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