Reports and Services

Front of Wyckliffe, Sydney
Front of Wyckliffe, Sydney

This fine 1905 Federation era house has sweeping high slate roofs and verandahs around the perimeter. A heritage impact assessment was prepared with recommendations to guide the alterations and conservation work to the house and retain its fine features.

Wyckliffe front fence
Wyckliffe front fence

The rusticated sandstone fence with cast iron infill panels is original.

Wyckliffe entry
Wyckliffe entry

The path from the corner entry winds through the front garden.

Front of Wyckliffe, Sydney
Front of Wyckliffe, Sydney

This fine 1905 Federation era house has sweeping high slate roofs and verandahs around the perimeter. A heritage impact assessment was prepared with recommendations to guide the alterations and conservation work to the house and retain its fine features.

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Wyckliffe

This fine Federation house, Wyckliffe, in Sydney was constructed in 1905 by William Ford, one of the discoverers of the Coolgardie goldfield in Western Australia.
 

In preparation for additions, conservation and restoration work, the practice provided conservation and design  advice and prepared a thorough heritage impact assessment with recommendations on conservation work to the house.

Sydney Harbour Bridge SE pylon
Sydney Harbour Bridge SE pylon

A photographic archival recording on the exhibition and interior of the south-east pylon was prepared by heritage consultants Helen Wilson Heritage Conservation Design.

South east pylon
South east pylon

View of the exhibition entrance prior to new exhibition.

SE Pylon exhibition space
SE Pylon exhibition space

The former exhibition in the pylon

Sydney Harbour Bridge SE pylon
Sydney Harbour Bridge SE pylon

A photographic archival recording on the exhibition and interior of the south-east pylon was prepared by heritage consultants Helen Wilson Heritage Conservation Design.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge, South East Pylon
 

A photographic recording to archival standard was carried out to the interior of the pylon and the exhibition space. This was done in preparation for works to the interior of the pylon and the installation of a new exhibition. 

 

General pylon photographs by kind permission of Anne Warr

Street Elevation
Street Elevation

This drawing was prepared by the heritage consultant from evidence in the building fabric to explain the original form of 'Montrose' to the architect and client.

Side Elevation
Side Elevation

Drawing to show the original side elevation and rear verandah of 'Montrose' from building fabric evidence.

View along the rear verandah
View along the rear verandah

Explanatory drawing to show the original form of the rear verandah from building fabric evidence.

Street Elevation
Street Elevation

This drawing was prepared by the heritage consultant from evidence in the building fabric to explain the original form of 'Montrose' to the architect and client.

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Montrose, Glebe

Montrose was constructed in 1867-1868 by Sir George Wigram Allen, the first mayor of Glebe.

 

In 2007 the practice provided Pre-Purchase advice on Montrose, in 2008 prepared the Photographic Archival Recording and in 2008 prepared the Interpretation Plan, Conservation Management Strategy and Fabric Survey on the property. 

 

In 2008-2009 Montrose was restored to its original c1860s condition, with heritage consultancy and conservation advice on-site during the construction provided by the practice. The conservation of Montrose won the Energy Australia National Trust Heritage Award 2010 for CONSERVATION BUILT HERITAGE FOR A PROJECT UNDER $1 MILLION: INDIVIDUALS.