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Ashby Hall was originally built in 1595 and has since undergone numerous changes/additions. After the new owner's acquisition of the property in the early part of 2017, Steven Dunn Architects were assigned as the Architects for the project with the intended brief to revitalise and reinvigorate the derelict site and in essence, restore the hall to its former grade listed self.

Prior to the new tenure, the premises have, for a number of years, suffered from a general lack of maintenance, relating in general to a lack of adequate funding being available to meet the (very substantial indeed) costs of maintaining a property of this type. In addition, over the last 30 or 40 years, the property has been subjected to a series of (often very) insensitive alterations which have severely affected both the character and the fabric of the original Listed building.

Steven Dunn Architects' role within this project include:

  • A complete redesign of the interior Hall

  • The introduction of a Grand Hall

  • The introduction of an Orangery

  • An overall cleaning (and in some cases reconstruction) of the external stone walls

  • The management of cleaning the entirety of the lake

  • The re-roofing and general refurbishment of the Hall's Stables

  • Oversee and specify demolition works


Client: Private Client​

Location: Ashby De La Launde, Lincolnshire

Date: 2021/2022

Services Provided: Full Package

Ashby Hall

Phase 1 - Demolition


Phase 1 - Demolition

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Phase 2 - The Lake

Anchor 3

Phase 3 - Stable Re-Roofing

Anchor 4

Phase 4 - The Orangery