Case studies

Wakehurst Place is a grade I listed building set in a grade II* listed landscape.

The house is a fine example of a tudor mansion built in 1590 by Sir Edward Culpepper, a distant relation of Nicholas Culperrer the famous herbalist / botanist. It is therefore quite fitting that the estate and gardens is now managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Heritage Surveys were commissioned by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew to carry out a survey and investigation into cracking and possible movement to the timber staircase at Wakehurst Place.

Wakehurst Place - Main Stairs timber investigation

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