Letter from the Client, Dr R D Borrill and the Insurance Broker, , dated 27 November 2014:
"I am writing, now that Mrs Borrill and I are once again settled in our home at The Old Hall, to express our grateful and heartfelt thanks to you and everyone who helped us so tirelessly after the fire here on April 2nd 2013."
The annual English Heritage Angel Awards, founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber and supported by The Telegraph, celebrate the efforts of local people who have saved historic buildings and places. Austin Newport Group congratulate Brian Cooke and his team, and are proud to have been part of the All Saints repair work, providing quantity surveying and project management
Our contract to a fire damaged property in Wiltshire is nearing completion. This contract presented many challenges, but that is all in the past now as the finishing touches are returning this period Grade II listed property back to original, with some fine architectural features.
As from today, 1 October 2014, our Quantity Surveying division, John Austin & Partners Ltd, has merged with our Management Contracting and Disaster Recovery divisions, Austin Newport Ltd, and will collectively trade as Austin Newport Group Ltd.
Following the large fire at an Elizabethan manor in the West Country, the roof structure, constructed from oak, had suffered catastrophic damage in many sections. Much of the structure was completely destroyed and had fallen into the building below with rest the remaining in place in a very dangerous and damaged state.
At our launch party on 5 June 2014, we donated to Lord Digby Jones' chosen charity, Flying for Freedom, in partnership with Help for Heroes. Please take a look at the website which gives details of the incredible expedition to the South Pole by eight wounded and injured servicemen, due to take place in January 2015. Please give generously to this worthwhile cause!
On 5 June 2014 we finally declared our new offices open and celebrated with our valued Clients and Staff. We were honoured to have Digby, Lord Jones of Birmingham Kt to officially open our offices and unveil the new Austin Newport Group logo; he mingled with our guests in the marquee erected at the rear of the office and entertained us with his amusing and heartfelt speech.
[...] A 16th Century Elizabethan manor house with a Grade I
listing, sited in west Devon. On 14th November 2012 fire broke out which
destroyed the whole of the roof including the second floor and 40% of
the first floor. Subsequent water damage resulted form the efforts of
the fire brigade which continue for 48 hours after the flames were
Austin Newport appeared on site within 72 hours of
the time of the fire, having been introduced by Cunningham Lindsay loss