Lambley House is a gentrified farmhouse, a Georgian facade added to an earlier dwelling.
Neglect by a tennant and the effects of mining subsidence had left the building in poor condition.
Peter Rogan oversaw the construction and administered the restoration contract for Lambley House on behalf of architect John Severn.
Work included the removal of render and external restoration, repairs and reinstatement of external joinery and significant internal upgrading as well as the construction of a new garage block.
Restoration works were carried out by C.R. Crane & Son Ltd. The project won the EMJCC award for Craftsmanship in Construction in the Conservation Catagory.