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CONSTRUCTION & BIM


features. Rigorous regulations are often in place. These are what can deter some tenants, but they are key to maintaining the integrity of the building and ensuring that all maintenance projects protect the building lifespan rather than just providing a quick fix.


Planning permission is usually required to alter the building façade and the process will often necessitate the use of original materials and designs. Removing heritage interior features such as fireplaces may require listed building consent, however, planning permission is not usually required to make general internal alterations.


Vitally, this means maintaining the cultural value of the site while allowing organisations to create a workplace that is functional and fits their unique workplace culture. Working with specialists in heritage sites can streamline this process. They will be able to offer advice on planning procedures, preventative measures, and the flexibility for personalisation of the interiors.


Staying on top Though maintenance regulations may not have been dreamed of when the heritage buildings were first


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designed, regular maintenance checks are vital regardless of the building’s age or initial condition. Keeping on top of work as the building ages could save much bigger jobs in the long run.


One project we carried out at the British Museum required extensive essential maintenance including the replacement of its roof that had been untouched for 60 years. The vast building’s character defines it as one of London’s major tourist attractions, so the replacement had to retain this character. Complex structural reinforcement and replacement of the building’s timber walkways also took place to aid in its preservation.


As lockdown lifts, we will return to towns and cities with a new appreciation of our environment. Both the ugly and the beautiful that had faded into the background before will be more noticeable. The sense of being ‘local’ will be heightened as we make the most of seeing those around us in person rather than on a screen. This is the ideal time for landlords and tenants to demonstrate the vitality these buildings still have today.


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