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Saving our Historic Buildings

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As you may imagine, Scaffolding access for historic landmarks is a specialist area and we are regularly contracted by Local councils and Private owners for peace of mind when dealing with delicate history. They require scaffolders with an excellent track record.

Our landmarks we have helped in the restoration of include:

Netherwhitton Hall, nr Morpeth

Grade I listed mansion house built c1685 by Robert Trollope for Sir Nicholas Thornton.

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Scaffolding Hire for Demolition

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Building is one thing but large building demolition is definitely a specialist area, not for the amateur or cowboy company.

Derwent Tower (also known as the Dunston Rocket) was a 29-storey residential apartment building in DunstonUnited Kingdom. Due to the tower block’s unusual shape, the building was nicknamed the “Dunston Rocket” during construction (even before its official Derwent Tower title) and the name has remained with locals throughout its life.

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Scaffolding for Historic landmarks – St Marys Lighthouse Whitley Bay

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Almost every adult and child has either seen or climbed the 137 steps to the top of St Mary’s lighthouse.

When renovating using scaffolding access we climb the outside!

St. Mary’s Lighthouse – Whitley Bay

St. Mary’s Lighthouse is on the tiny Bait Island, just north of Whitley Bay. The small rocky tidal island is linked to the mainland by a short concrete causeway which is submerged at high tide.

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