Hilton Abbey have been entrusted with some of London’s most prestigious projects, including Severndroog Castle, The Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory.
We have accumulated a wealth and experience in managing and delivering specialist historic building conservation projects with demand a unique focus and sympathetic attention to ensure our country’s built heritage is maintained and conserved.
Our team has undertaken works to redecorate listed buildings that included everything from paint repairs to marbling, gilding and graining, concrete and structural repairs. We are familiar with all the specialist products and methods needed to protect and paint listed buildings.
The re-use of historical buildings creates a tangible link to the past for local communities and helps reinforce a sense of place, local identity and character. Find out how we have looked after our heritage by downloading our Heritage supplement or browse through our various case studies listed below.
Severndroog Castle, Shooter’s Hill, Greenwich, London
Full restoration works, involving structural repairs
The Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London
External re-decorations and extensive timber and wood care repairs
St Luke’s Church, Chelsea, London
Vestry works, including roof renewal
The Queen’s House, Greenwich, London
External repair and restoration works