Radbourne Hall is an 18th-century Georgian country house, the seat of the Chandos-Pole family, located in Radbourne, Derbyshire. The present house was built around 1739 and is therefore Grade I listed.
The project includes the installation of a large biomass boiler system and associated control work within a new boiler house adjacent to the Hall. The new boiler house will run a new heating system for the Hall. Works also consist of repairs to the historic masonry, lime plaster and timber panelling along with a new electrical installations, internal remodelling, and specialist interior and lighting designs.
Greenwoods are providing traditional Quantity Surveying services for the project, on the basis of full bills of quantities to ensure close commercial control.
The project is part of a wider scheme to restore Radburne Hall and its Estate, consisting of other associated buildings, the works of which Greenwoods are managing on behalf of our private client.
Quantity Surveyor & Project Manager