Most buildings that we work on here at Grosvenor have a particular unique quality – borne out by their age, associations or rarity.
St. Dwynwen’s church on the island of Ynys Llanddwyn, Anglesey has all these qualities infused with the ebb and flow of the sea over a causeway that limits access to certain times of [...]
When Germany invaded the Netherlands in 1940 – thousands of Dutch sailors fled the country via requisitioned ships and many found themselves in Holyhead.
Many stayed there and found love and life on Anglesey.
To honour such an emotive event which had such an impact upon so many lives – a memorial is to be made [...]
Liverpool Town Hall is one of several landmark buildings that Grosvenor is currently working on.
Take a walk up Castle Street and you will see the grand classical facade adorned with a portico and beautifully furnished with a wonderful dome. It looks complete in its scale and proportion.
Look closer and you might see several distinct periods [...]
High up on the principal facades of the Town Hall there is a frieze which depicts scenes and artefacts relating to Liverpool’s foreign trade.
Blackened and stained with decades of grime their beauty has receded into the stone walls of this magnificent edifice.
Now, Grosvenor is helping bring these wonderful carvings back to life by using a [...]
It has been said that Liverpool has the largest amount of Georgian buildings in the UK after London.
Out of such a rich Georgian heritage, one building shines – Liverpool Town Hall.
Built in 1754 to a design by John Wood Jr of Bath and then augmented by James Wyatt at the end of the C18th this [...]
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Grade II listed St Paul’s was built in 1846 when Seacombe, Birkenhead was a hamlet, it served the local wealthy parishioners and residents of the area.
Built in an elevated position looking over the River Mersey in the Early Middle Pointed style of the 13th Century.
The area became impoverished during the 1920s [...]
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Moel Famau is an ancient place – designated an area of outstanding natural beauty it takes it’s name from a common Welsh descriptive term ‘moel’ – which means bare hill.
No longer a bare hill – it is crossed by the northern section of the ancient Offa’s Dyke and [...]
We’re deeply honoured and proud to announce that our project: the Visitor Centre at Denbigh Castle has won the LABC All Wales Award for the best commercial development.
It has now been entered into the National Awards.
You can learn more about the multiple award winning Visitor Centre here
We’re celebrating by showing you some more exclusive pics [...]
You know how lovely it is when somebody devotes their lives to a cause and when in they are eventually in need themselves they get overwhelming help and support
Well, it’s the same for the lime kilns at Halkyn.
For decades these illustrious kilns – wedged onto the side of a hill have been firing lime which [...]