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Oxley Conservation Ltd, Historic Buildings Consultancy
Oxley Conservation Ltd, Historic Buildings Consultancy

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Our 2016 Conservation Day will be held on Wednesday 23rd November at The Chantry House, Henley on Thames. Please contact us asap if you would like to attend as places are limited.

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We are pleased to announce that we have recently become members of Constructionline, the UK's leading procurement and supply chain management service.

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Here are the provisional topics for our Conservation Day on 11th November 2015. Places are filling up fast so please get in touch soon if you would like to attend.

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Richard Oxley will be giving a talk on historic masonry conservation on Monday 21st September 2015 at this year's DAC Conference in the Diocese of Oxford: http://www.churchcare.co.uk/about-us/our-events/annual-dac-conference-2015

A date for your diaries: We are pleased to announce that our next Conservation Day will be held on Wednesday 11th November 2015 in Henley-on-Thames. More details will be published soon.

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Natural England's Higher Level Stewardship Scheme has been re-issued.
This scheme aims to deliver significant environmental benefits in priority areas. Click here to view projects that Oxley Conservation have previously project managed.

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Our recent Conservation Day was positively received. Specialists in their field presented a series of informative and thought-provoking talks on the challenges and conflicts in building conservation. The day was held at The Chantry House, Henley on Thames' only Grade I medieval timber framed building.

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Monitoring at Woolley Firs show positive results and benefits of internal wall insulation [IWI] installed at the farm building conversion for BBOWT. The results of the monitoring will help provide confidence in the use of IWI on solid walled buildings and their ability to continue to allow the traditional performance of the walls to continue.

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Richard Oxley recently talked to House Planning Help about why understanding an old house is such a vital first step to take before upgrading its performance. House Planning Help's aim is to ask experts in their field questions about building or retrofitting in order to broaden people's outlook of what building or renovating a house is all about and therefore building a better home as a result.

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The National Trust have recently instructed us to undertake three high level inspection surveys to review the condition of the roofs, chimneys, parapets and other high level features of The Vyne near Basingstoke, Hatchlands House near Guildford and Cliveden Mansion near Maidenhead. These inspections will help the National Trust to ascertain any repair and maintainenance issues in these hard to reach areas.
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