We’re really pleased to be able to share the news that the National Trust has been successful in their bid for HLF funding and has been awarded £3.7 million to help repair and conserve this Baroque masterpiece in Northumberland, bringing new life to Seaton Delaval Hall for visitors and the local community.

Director Jenny Gillatt, as an RIBA Specialist Conservation Architect, is leading the project for the practice and is thrilled – ‘It’s been a long road up to this point but it’s an incredible opportunity to work with the variety of buildings and structures across the historic estate’

As well as conservation work across the main buildings and landscape structures, Mosedale Gillatt have designed a series of contemporary interventions that will provide much needed visitor facilities such as the new Brewhouse cafe.

Further coverage of the announcement can be found at National Trust, BBC and Architects Journal