The Manchester branch of H+REI looks after historic properties all across the North of England. Dedicated to providing a ‘holistic’ approach to the conservation and restoration of a period property, the team offers specialist surveys, scientific analysis and expert recommendations for deteriorating buildings in Rochdale, Stockport, Altrincham and central Manchester.
The north of England is a treasure trove of historic property, with Greater Manchester offering gems such as Heaton Hall in Prestwich, Bramall Hall in Stockport and Ordsall Hall in Salford. A walk around Manchester city centre
In the city centre, you can find listed buildings in Shambles Square (including The Old Wellington Inn, which dates back to the Tudor period), and the breathtaking John Ryland’s Library set in the equally beautiful University of Manchester.
How we work
At H+R, we focus on identifying the root causes of structural damage, rather than simply treating the symptoms. To help us achieve this, our team includes materials scientists and specialist surveyors, and we frequently work with reference laboratories and academics to get the most accurate information.
Our Manchester practice is led by Associate Director, Peter Bannister, who has over twenty-five years of property experience including a fellowship at the Institute of Specialist Surveyors and membership of the Property Care Association’s board of Independent Consultants.
If we can be of any assistance, please get in touch with details about a specific property or with any questions you may have.
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|Monday – Friday||9.00 am – 5.30 pm|
|Saturday – Sunday||Closed|
* Outside hours by appointment, please