Devon Cobbled Churchyard Paths: Evaluating their Significance, Survival and Adaptation' by Keystone Historic Buildings Consultants, March 2016

Author(s): Keystone Historic Buildings Consultants

The Devon Churchyard Cobbles Project was funded by Historic England and the SPAB, who paid for repair trials. It was undertaken by Keystone with the help of Ray Harrison (advice on construction and analysis of performance), Dr Richard Scrivener (independent geologist) and Jan Loveless (Access Consultant) both specialists, and volunteers from the Devon Buildings Group. It was prompted by a number of requests from Anglican churches in Devon to amend or cover-over cobbled church paths for safety/access reasons. The paths investigated are all designated heritage assets.

Report Number:
101/2016
Series:
Other
Pages:
198
Keywords:
Building and Landscape Conservation Churchyard Maintenance Cobble Paths Design Significance Protection Access Audit Reasonable Adjustment

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