Tredegar House was built for William Morgan between 1664 and 1672, and is Grade I Listed as ‘one of the finest restoration houses in Britain’. The National Trust took on the management of the property on a 50 year lease from Newport Council in 2012.

FMA were appointed to undertake a detailed condition report in 2014.

There were numerous roof leaks and failing lead dormer windows; much of the decorative ornamentation had been replaced in now corroding reinforced cast stone; the magnificent 17th Century brickwork was threatened by extensive use of cement pointing; and many issues were explored regarding the building’s use and presentation.

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