Linacre Methodist Mission, Bootle
Linacre Methodist Mission is a Grade II Listed building which has stood at the heart of the Linacre neighbourhood for over one hundred years and has long been the hub for both community and social functions within Litherland.
SS. Peter & Paul and St. Philomena Church, New Brighton
Designed by Ernest Bower Norris, a prolific Architect of Catholic churches during the early-mid 20th century, the Catholic Shrine Church of Ss. Peter & Paul and St. Philomena is one of the best known.
Elvaston Castle, Derbyshire
Elvaston Castle estate near Derby was first created in the 15th century and passed to Sir Michael Stanhope in the 16th century, remaining in the family until the eleventh Earl moved to Ireland in 1939.
St. Wilfrid’s Church, Grappenhall
A new annex providing essential flexible meeting space and refreshment facilities for St. Wilfrid’s Church, a Grade I Listed medieval building in a Green Belt Land and a Conservation Area.
Opened in 1848, Salford Cathedral is Grade II listed. Architect Matthew Hadfield’s Gothic Revival design is significant in being the first Roman Catholic church to be built to a cruciform plan in England since the Reformation.
All Saints, Barton Upon Irwell
Built between 1865 and 1868 the strikingly unusual Grade I listed church of All Saints lies at the heart of the Barton Upon Irwell Conservation area and is considered to be the seminal work of architect Edward Welby Pugin.
St. Werburgh's Church, Chorlton
The Diocese of Manchester successfully bid for £5.035 million from the Church Commissioners’ Strategic Development Fund to develop projects that will help grow a younger and more diverse church. St. Werburgh’s, Chorlton, was one of the two churches that Mark Pearce was appointed to as Architect.
Alexandra Park Conservatory, Oldham
KPS have been involved with the conservation and repair of one of Oldham’s most significant and recognisable landmark buildings; the Grade II Listed Alexandra Conservatory in the Grade II* Alexandra Park.
The Cathedral has embarked upon a major reordering and restoration scheme to this significant Grade II* Listed Pugin design. The works commenced with the repair of the liturgical East Window to the Sanctuary. After its successful completion, the appointment was extended to encompass the whole of the reordering and restoration works.