We are a specialist company with 40 years experience in the Conservation of Historic and Listed Buildings

Securing a future for the past

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By combining modern techniques and traditional skills, Aura carries out work to the highest standard on conservation and new build projects.

Aura Conservation continues to develop as a Principal Contractor having completed numerous projects demonstrating their ability to plan, manage and deliver conservation contracts to the highest standards. Aura offers a bespoke design, supply and fix service for all types of stonework, faience and terracotta, on both conservation and new build projects and can assist in design, best use of materials, specifications and budgets. Aura’s objective is to provide a high quality personal service whilst maintaining a sympathetic approach to our architectural heritage.

August 2015 sees Aura Conservation extending their range of services by introducing Monumental Conservation, headed by Ben Murphy. Working within the ethos and practice of the conservation profession, Monumental Conservation has maintained, conserved and restored a wide range of objects from traditional marble statuary and contemporary bronze public sculptures to ornamental iron gates and railings.
Monumental Conservation will contribute greatly to Aura’s already extensive range of services, sharing a broad knowledge of specialist restoration techniques in the world of conserving ornamental metalwork, sculptures and memorials. From planning and implementation of preventative maintenance to highly involved corrective restoration, Monumental Conservation’s main passion and aim is to conserve these historical markers for the future generations.

To contact Ben, please call 07799 037461 or 0161 442 9850

Some of our recent projects

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St John the Baptists Church

St John the Baptists ChurchGrade II* Listed

Church of St Mary

Church of St MaryCategory B

The Barn

The Barn

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What our clients say

“Aura Conservation completed a repair and conservation work project (funded largely by the English Heritage/Heritage Lottery fund Repair Grant Scheme for Places of Worship in England). The work involved a number of specialist subcontractors and was well managed and completed to a satisfactory standard at a cost of £150,960. There was minimum disruption to the running of the church which remained in use throughout the contract.” Rebecca J Grimshaw - B.A. (Hons), B.Arch (Manc), RIBA, AABC
Anthony Grimshaw Associates