Southport, Lord Street
To replace several broken glazing panels at high level. Clean down the existing glass, empty the gutter of vegetation. Clean down and prepare all the ornate cast iron work ready to take new paint and colours. The Verandah to numbers 517-523 (odd) Lord Street, Southport are Grade II listed (as of 15/11/1972). The description is – Cast-iron columns with flared enriched pedestals, plain shafts, Composite capitals, panelled stilts with guilloche enrichment, open-work brackets with sunflower motifs, and plain beams carrying moulded gutters with cresting and branched finials over the columns; curved glass roof.
- Remove and replace all broken glass panels at high level
- Prepare and paint all ornate cast ironwork in accordance with the required specification set out from Sefton Council Conservation officers
- Clean out the front gutter of all vegetation and jet wash the down pipe internally
- Clean down all internal and external glazing
Some excellent photographs of the work being undertaken and the final product:
MSL had to collate all the RAMS associated with this refurbishment including liaising with Sefton Council prior to attendance. All the paperwork and working specifications were accepted for the works to begin. Half way through the project we had a site visit from Councillor David Barton who was very complimentary of our approach to this refurbishment project to which MSL and its client were highly praised