CJR Heritage Services 

CJR Heritage Services provide a comprehensive building consultancy and restoration capability. The partnership draws upon 50 years experience in historic building conservation, embracing professional advice and contract delivery.
CJR Heritage Services is a multi disciplinary Conservation company which brings together Heritage Consultancy, and specialist historic building restoration.
Colin Joe and Dan can work independently or collectively as the task dictates.

Operating with Discretion, Knowledge & Experience

We offer Heritage & Planning Consultancy, Heritage Impact Assessments, Building Construction & Repair, Traditional Building Skills Training and Heritage Related Film and Television Consultancy.

Services & Expertise we provide


Heritage Planning & Consultancy

We can provide advice to property owners, building professionals and community organisations undertaking building development or refurbishment projects of any scale...
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Building Construction & Repair

New build or restoration work undertaken to the highest quality. We employ time served craftsmen familiar with complex restoration tasks under the jurisdiction of English Heritage and others...
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Traditional Building Skills Training

We can offer training delivered as part of formal accredited education courses or bespoke workshops tailored to the needs of individuals or groups wishing to upskill in order...
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Consultancy for Film & TV Projects

We have been heavily involved in all aspects of the traditional building and metal crafts on recently aired television programmes such as Channel 4's Rome Wasn't Built In A Day, The BBC's...
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About CJR Heritage Services


Since launching in 2014 the associates of CJR Heritage Services have been involved in the restoration of iconic historic buildings along the Welsh border and the dramatic Lyulph Castle overlooking Ullswater in the Lake District.

Other projects have included a comprehensive refurbishment of the Old Mayors Parlour in Church Street, Hereford. This included re-roofing, complete renewal of the timber frame infill panels (to the latest Historic England eco specification) and notably restoration of the 17th century decorative plaster ceiling which was suffering delamination and fracture.