The Aura business was originally formed as Aura Conservation Ltd in 2006. The business has since developed through completion of a number of numerous Listed Building projects to become a Principal Contractor carrying out complex conservation contracts in excess of £3 million, often managing several trades.
The management team, led by Craig Liddle, has a wealth of experience in all aspects of building conservation, general construction and health and safety to enable the company to deliver projects to the highest standards.
Experience is vital in this field and is something that only comes through time.
The past 12 years has seen Aura Conservation broaden skills and services leading to the creation of the ‘Aura’ brand.
Aura’s objective is to act primarily as Principal Contractor and through the specialist divisions provide a high quality personal service whilst maintaining a sympathetic approach to our architectural heritage.
By combining modern techniques and traditional skills, Aura carry out work to the highest standard on all conservation, restoration and new build projects.
Aura Conservation has over 100 years of combined specialist experience of carrying out restoration to Historic and Listed Buildings with a very experienced and committed team managing large and complex contracts. Aura Conservation are current members of the Stone Federation of Great Britain and are CHAS, SMAS and Constructionline accredited, plus all of their highly experienced employees hold Gold heritage CSCS cards and are assessed regularly to ensure their skills are kept up to date.
Aura Heritage Homes provides a complete service from a new build design concept through to building completion creating bespoke individual heritage homes, including advice on the best use of stone and traditional materials. Aura’s level of expertise in modern building techniques and traditional crafts, combined with bespoke designs will bring ideas to life.
Aura Monumental works within the ethos and practice of the conservation profession, who have maintained, conserved and restored a wide range of structures from traditional marble statuary and contemporary bronze public sculptures to ornamental iron gates and railings.