First Impressions

We are carrying out a refurbishment of a grade two listed Georgian building in the historical part of Leicester, next door to the Richard III visitor centre (the car park where he was discovered is virtually in our compound).

Due to the high public exposure and sensitivity of the site, the decision was taken not to erect scaffold or hoarding to the front elevation but to take advantage of the existing cast iron railings and to use MEWPs for access.

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