We have a deep understanding of historic buildings and how best to look after them.
Our work is evenly spread across our specialisms in surveys, projects and advice. The practice serves a wide cross-section of clients drawn from the private, charitable and public sectors and supports voluntary activities in education, heritage at risk and youth engagement.
There are two directors, a principal surveyor, a consultant Quantity Surveyor, and a consultant Architect who create bespoke project teams, bringing in expertise in archaeology, geomatics, ecology, planning law and engineering (structural, mechanical, and electrical) to meet our clients’ needs.
We work with a community of heritage contractors, conservators and craftspeople to commission works which care for and enhance our client’s extraordinary buildings.
The practice covers the west of the UK from bases in Lancashire, Cheshire and Worcestershire.
Jubb Clews is a practice of chartered surveyors accredited by the RICS in historic building conservation.
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