Cliveden Conservation was originally founded in 1982 for the preservation of the National Trust buildings and statuary. Since then our trained team of conservators (some of which are ICON accredited) have been conserving, protecting and reinstating our cultural heritage. We have an impressive range of remedial and preventative conservation skills to meet the requirements of our clients.
Cliveden Conservation has carried out several prestigious projects and has worked with the National Trust, Historic England, Historic Royal Places and Oxford University. We are regularly appointed by local authorities, architects, specialist contractors, museums and private trusts for the conservation of external and internal architectural features, historic objects, monuments and statuary.
Located at our three centres. In the South of England at Cliveden near London, in the East at Houghton in Norfolk and in the West at Ammerdown near Bath. They are all highly skilled professional specialists who are passionate for built heritage.
Located across the United Kingdom, Europe and sometimes, further afield. We are associated with the unmistakable heritage public bodies including English Heritage and Historic Royal Palaces. Our association extends far further than the ordinary with long established and mutual relationships with country house owners and ecclesiastic members