Dating back to the early 17th century, St Edburg’s is a grade one listed church in the heart of Bicester, Oxfordshire.
Norman & Underwood Conservation were appointed to undertake works to the west tower area which consisted of removing the existing flooring and hardwood panelling, as well as creating a new frontage, and installing limecrete with underfloor heating. We also converted a section of the North West corner of the nave and installed new disabled toilets. Additionally, we installed bespoke handmade oak kitchen, a dishwasher, a fridge and a Corian worktop. Finally, we laid new limestone flooring along with a tiled, raised font all with underfloor heating. All of this was achieved with maximum respect to the existing structure.