St James Priory
The Priory of St James was founded as a cell of the Benedictine Abbey of Tewkesbury by Robert, First Earl of Gloucester in the 12th Century. The site comprises of the Grade I listed church, dating from 1129, and Church House, listed grade II*, dating from 1666. In addition to providing a place of worship the site is home to the St James Priory Project, a charitable Trust providing a well respected initiative that offers support and treatment, on the abstinence model, targeting homeless people in particular.
Location: St James Bristol
Client: St James Priory Project
Project Value: £3.5m
Martin Thomas Associates are appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical
Consultancy Work for the restoration and redevelopment project of both Church House
and the Church.
Conservation and full re-servicing of the Church
Internal alterations in Church House to provide improved facilities
M&E works to include new fire alarm andemergency lighting installations, water
services and heating alterations
Infill and alterations within the Church to provide new Restaurant and Toilets
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