GENERAL OVERVIEW

This project was part of the wider Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme which ran from 2015-2020 and was part-funded by a £1.6m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The scope of the works was to reinstate boundary treatments to a number of properties/groups of properties on Beverley Road. This was achieved by using a range of high quality materials and specialist workmanship, thus renewing the different areas whilst also maintaining originality. The areas included in the project were:

Kingston Youth Centre

74-84 Beverley Road

85-93 Beverley Road

Stepney Station

Land adjacent to 190 Beverley Road

Beverley Road Baths

A structure of great local significance to the Hull area in terms of its history and heritage, the smoke house building was in a bad state of repair and had been derelict for many years.

In conjunction with Hull City Council and their conservation department along with the architects, NPS Humber, the building was brought back into use and saved. The works were carried out in conjunction with our subcontractor Romar Construction Ltd and included the following:

GENERAL OVERVIEW

East Park is Hull’s largest park at 130 acres, first opened in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. The scheme comprised construction of a sensory garden with lake boardwalk in addition to a play area, wheelchair challenge area and water play area. The East Park project required engagement with heritage stakeholders and specialist sub-contractors to protect the historic features, boating lake and bridge assets.

SCOPE DELIVERED

PBS was commissioned to deliver the East Park restoration project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Grant. The scope comprised:

KEY CHALLENGES

KEY SUCCESSES

WATER FEATURE POOLS LANDSCAPE ENHANCEMENT AND PAVILION UPGRADE

The building contains an education centre, public café and toilets. This is a very busy area that needed to be managed as the complex works were undertaken. The building and its facilities had to remain open to the public during the works.

The works were carried out were as follows:

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