Appointment: Conservation of St Luke’s Church, Liverpool
March 6, 2015
St Luke’s in central Liverpool is one of the City’s finest churches, built in a distinguished Gothic Revival design by the City Corporation. It is the work of the father and son John Fosters, both corporation surgeons.
It was completed in 1831 but sits now as a poignant reminder of the second world war as it was burnt out during an air raid in 1941. It is a Grade II* listed building and appears on the English Heritage Buildings at Risk Register.
We have been appointed to work with Liverpool City Council and English Heritage to begin the consolidation and repair of the exposed masonry as a first phase in bringing St Luke’s back to life.