National Heritage Week24.08.2018
This week has been National Heritage Week and to celebrate we are diving in to our heritage archives to revisit the grade II listed Holy Trinity Church in London.
As part of the conservation of the Church, Survey Base were instructed to survey and record the current condition and surrounding grounds with emphasis on the articulation of the stone work. To ensure we captured this beautiful building in all its glory, we deployed the laser scanner to develop a dense point cloud ready for production of 2D plans to our heritage drawing standard.
The Holy Trinity Church in Roehampton was built in the late 19th Century and designed by the architect George Fellowes Prynne. Prynne was known to have designed many parish churches in the south of England, almost always to the high church Gothic Revival style. The spire that stretches 230 feet tall is made of Corsham Stone, a Lime Stone found not too far away from the Survey Base head office in the nearby Cotswolds just north of Bath.