Conservation, repair, rebuild

Rebecca Cook is a specialist in the conservation and repair of historical buildings and monuments.

Rebecca graduated from London Guildhall University in 1995 with a BSc Restoration and Conservation of Decorated Surfaces, and an MSc in Architectural Stonework Conservation from Bournemouth University in 1997. She now has over 15 years experience in repair to the fabric of historic buildings and monuments and has completed projects across the UK.

Most of Rebecca's work is undertaken in Kent and Sussex, and is focused on the repair, rebuilding and consolidation of Kent Ragstone walls.

Using lime mortars and traditional building techniques, Rebecca's work ranges from the rebuilding of a garden wall, following a client's individual specification, to the repair and consolidation of a medieval wall under the guidance and supervision of English Heritage.

By documenting the progression of her work, Rebecca demonstrates not only the diversity but also the quality of her work from start to finish.

To contact Rebecca Cook for a quotation or to discuss your repair or rebuild project, please see our Contact page.

Conserving Classics

window in restored wall

The internal consolidation of a converted 17th Century chapel. More…

Building the New


Detail taken from a 21st century garden wall pier. More…