WELLINGTON LIBRARY REDEVELOPMENT

Wellington Library Redevelopment (Telford and Wrekin) by Contemporary, Modern and Conservation architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury
Wellington Library Redevelopment
Conversion of a former workhouse and edwardian library

The project involved the conversion of a former workhouse and Edwardian library into 6 houses, and the conversion of the 1960’s library building into 4 houses.  Four further new apartments are to be built in the rear of the site.
 
Whilst not listed, the street frontage forms the border of the Town Centre Conservation Area, and the former workhouse is locally listed.
 
Permission would not therefore be granted to demolish these buildings, and it was a requirement that the buildings should be retained and converted, and the streetscape enhanced by their refurbishment.
  
  
CLIENT:
PD Holdings

LOCATION:
Walker Street, Wellington, Telford.
 
CONSTRUCTION VALUE:
£1,100,000
  1. Wellington Library Redevelopment (Telford and Wrekin) by Contemporary, Modern and Conservation architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury