Insulating Your Period Home

The latest Government research suggests that energy-efficient homes sell for around 14% more than uninsulated properties, not to mention being far more cost-effective to heat.


The White Mill

We witness the exciting spectacle of the White Mill’s cap replacement

Interior of top floor

First class carriage house restoration

The Listed Carriage House at the property of Rock House that used to house the horses was anything but ‘stable’ but that was soon to change.



A fanlight is a decorative window feature that can be found above doors, windows and other architectural openings.

London Road, Canterbury

Passion for the Past

Heritage Conservation

Orlestone Oak

Your Unique Home

They say an Englishman’s home is his castle, and we certainly do take great pride in our properties. A period home is a big investment, and when you’re proud of where you live you undoubtedly want it to look its best.


Reviving the Past

Jane Elizabeth Architects being situated in the garden of England have much experience with the exciting process of giving new life to the many redundant farm out buildings that exist in the county.


From Mighty Oaks…

Orlestone Oak is a company with its roots deep within the Kentish woodlands from which its founders hail, in the Kent Wealdnear Shadoxhurst.

Vale Garden Houses

Should you add a conservatory?

In this writer’s opinion: yes! Adding an extra room to your property can do wonders for its market value and create extra space for your family.


Prelude Stone

Restoring the past, preserving the present, building the future.