Chantrey Conservation Architects Ltd


Chantrey Conservation Architects Ltd was set up following twenty-five years of specialist work with conservation practices in both London and the South West. 

Central to the work of CCA is the dovetailing of historic building conservation with innovative, contemporary design. Working closely with our clients, we embrace the challenges of practical, modern alteration and sustainable environmental considerations alongside the contrasting requirements of sensitive heritage repair, to meet individual, community and missional objectives.

Founding Director, Marcus Chantrey, is an award-winning, accredited conservation architect (AABC and SCA); a Member of the Salisbury Diocesan Advisory Committee and a Member of the Church Buildings Council. 

Marcus undertakes design, repair and conservation projects as well as quinquennial inspections. He is the Inspecting Architect at St Mary Redcliffe in Bristol, Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Sherborne Abbey, Glastonbury Abbey and many other churches and historic sites throughout the South West. 

Marcus is a Grants Committee Member of the National Churches Trust and the current Chair of the Stained Glass Grants Committee at Church House. He has a particular interest in the decay of historic fabric and its subsequent conservation.


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