Heritage & Listed Buildings

JE Stacey &Co Ltd has extensive experience of heritage and listed building projects (grade I, II and II*). Over the years, we have been engaged in a variety of projects involving the conservation of our local heritage from private homes to public buildings.

We retain a committed team of professional craftsman skilled in working with specialist materials and techniques, including leadworkers and stone masons. We also have our own Joinery division where bespoke items can be crafted for heritage projects.

We see ourselves as problem solvers and our teams enjoy the challenge of working on custom projects, conserving and restoring buildings with materials which closely match or are equivalent to the originals.

We have a deep understanding of the region and its architecture, and are able to source and work with many traditional Devonian and Cornish building materials which are sympathetic to the needs of a project.

We have experience in working with the exacting standards of English Heritage, Heritage Lottery and local authority conservation teams.

Halwill Church

Restoration of Halwill Church

The Church at Halwill is a Grade II* listed building thought to have been built in the 14th Century or earlier, and the Tower is thought to be Saxon. We were contracted to re-roof the nave and porch of the building, including re-pointing to various areas. Specialist stoneworks repairs were also required and we were able to utilise the skillsets of our own trained masons and plumbers to carry out this delicate and sensitive restoration.


Stone Barn Renovation

Stone Barn Renovation

The complete renovation of a courtyard of stone barns to provide estate offices and ancillary accommodation to the main property.   A  district heating scheme powered by a biomass boiler was  installed,  and  the  work entailed extensive stonework alterations and specialist tanking works  to  create  modern  and  functional  interior spaces.

Higher Street Dartmouth

Higher Street Dartmouth

In 2010 a devastating fire destroyed the roof and caused extensive damage through five floors of the building known as 5 Higher Street. This Grade II* listed building required sensitive and meticulous work to re-construct as much of the original fabric of the building as possible and to ensure the quality of the new works needed to repair the building.