Buckingham House is considered as one of Portsmouth's most important historic buildings.
Of Tudor origin, it is widely known for being the house in which George Villiers, the first Duke of Buckingham was murdered in 1628. Since then it has been adapted but had recently become vacant with an ever growing list of dilapidations accruing. The practice was appointed to oversee the sympathetic alteration of the building into a small hotel for a local business. Works would include restoration of the building fabric and minor alteration in Buckingham House and the provision of en-suite rooms and dining facilities in Felton House adjacent.
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