St. George’s Church is an example of late Victorian religious architecture; it was built to serve the community of Harraton, Washington in the late 1870s. The Church itself is not listed, however is considered to be a ‘non-designated heritage asset’. Over recent years it has been refurbished internally to improve disabled access and facilities and add kitchen provisions.
HL have been working with the Church to develop an scheme for a new extension to provide community facilities and a new entrance to the Church. The scheme seeks to build new accommodation whilst respecting the original building and proposes a contemporary entrance for the congregation as well as an enlarged, separate community space which will allow events to take place and give space back to the interior of the Church.