Our Projects: The Vyne Mansion
The Vyne is a Grade I Listed building in the ownership of the National Trust. It was built between 1496 and 1540 for Lord Sandys, Henry VIII’s Lord Chamberlain.
The Tudor house that can be seen today is part of a much larger courtyard house. Built of warm brick with a diaper pattern and with a skyline of pitched tiled roofs and crenelated parapets, The Vyne is surrounded by sweeping, elegant lawns and tranquil water.
This project involved full re-roofing to prevent further water ingress into the mansion including renewal of the tiles, leadwork and flashings, as well as repairs to defective chimney stacks and parapet walls, external re-decoration, new roof space insulation and a new fall restraint system.
Utilising our extensive heritage experience, Synergy were delighted to provide both pre- and post-contract cost consultancy services on this prestigious project.
Photo Credit - The National Trust/Photographer Karen Legg
- Client: The National Trust
- Sector: Heritage
- Services: Cost Consultancy
- Contract: £3.75 million