Ty Afal has been involved in a number of listed building conversion projects. We have also worked in conservation areas such as Snowdonia National Park, where a building may not be listed, but needs to be sympathetic to its context.

Each conservation project will be unique its requirements and the first stage will be to work with our clients to establish the feasibility of a scheme. Often the conversion of a barn, church, or redundant building will require bat and owl surveys, structural surveys, and measured building surveys. Additionally there will be a broader range of consultants involved at the planning stages.

Finding a path through is critical to the success of a project, and we believe that our experience could help guide you through this process.

To discuss any of the above please contact us by email info@tyafal.co.uk or by phone 01938 820232 / 725

  • Feasibility study to check policy requirements and extent of survey work
  • Collaboration with required consultants
  • Full planning application process from design to submission
  • Structural strategies that adopt appropriate construction techniques for conservation
  • Biodiversity strategies to support ecological survey recommendations and European Protected Species licence applications