Rosslee Construction has extensive experience of heritage and listed building projects (grade I, II and II*). Over the years, we have been engaged in a variety of projects involving the conservation of our local heritage from private homes to public buildings.

We retain a committed team of professional craftsman skilled in working with specialist materials and technique.  We have our own Joinery division where bespoke items can be crafted for heritage projects.

We enjoy the challenge of working on heritage projects, conserving and restoring buildings with materials which closely match or are equivalent to the originals.


Church of the Ascension, Salford

Rosslee Construction were awarded the internal renovation of this 1869 Grade II Listed church in Salford.

Lord Street, Southport

Rosslee were awarded the Design & Build contract to externally and internally remodel and refurbish this 4 storey heritage building in the centre of historic Southport, transforming it into 9 apartments and modern retail units on the ground floor.

South Parade, Rochdale

Rosslee were awarded by Rochdale Council and Historic England the contract to complete extensive roof repairs and shop front alterations in the town centre along South Parade and Drake Street.

Alexandra Park Glasshouse, Oldham

Rosslee Construction were awarded the heritage renovation of the Glasshouse and North Lodge at Alexandra Park for Oldham Council.

Finsley Gate Wharf, Burnley

Transformation to sympathetically bring the heritage buildings back into use as café, function room, Forge & accommodation at Finsley Gate Wharf, a complex of Grade II Listed buildings fronting the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.

Abbott Hall, Kendal

Rosslee was awarded the contract to upgrade the electrics, fire alarm systems and lighting at Abbott Hall for South Lakeland District Council.

Hurst Grange Coach House

Heritage refurbishment of the 1850s Coach House within Hurst Grange Park, Penwortham to create a new cafe and function space.

The Mount Pavilion, Fleetwood

Rosslee were appointed by Purcell Architects for Wyre Council to carry out the internal and external refurbishment of Fleetwood’s Grade II Listed mount park including the Gate Lodge, the Gardens and The Mount Pavilion.

Mansfield Town Hall

Revamp of the Grade II* Listed Mansfield Town Hall, internal alterations and refurbishment creating lettable office and retail space.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Walton Hall & Gardens Conservatory Range

Conservatory, glasshouse and shippon building restoration as part of the Grade II Listed Walton Hall & Gardens estate conservation project.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Wardley Hall, Worsley

Renovation of the existing Grade I Listed Hall to bring it to a comfortable modern living standard without compromising the architectural significance of the building.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Rhyddings Park, Oswaldtwistle

Restoration of the Park’s historic buildings, extension and new build to create a new community venue including a cafe, offices and workshop space along with the regeneration of the gardens.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Northgate, Blackburn

Remedial works to roof including the replacement of broken tiles, renewal of leadwork to sheet roofing, roof valleys and gutters, and replacement of flashings to chimneys, pediments and dormers.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Thompson Park, Burnley

Restoration and refurbishment of the Grade II Listed Park buildings and structures while retaining their original architectural features.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Bacup Townscape Heritage Initiative

Rosslee Construction undertook the transformation of a number of key historic buildings across St James Street and St James Square in Bacup

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Haworth Art Gallery – Stables Block and Motor Home

Rosslee Construction under took refurbishment and adaptation of three Grade II Listed Buildings into artist studios.

Heritage and Conservation Projects

Quarry Bank Mill

This project was the renovation of 3 different properties for the National Trust at the Grade II* Listed Quarry Bank Mill site.