01 March 2017
Childs+Sulzmann appointed for Historic Country Estate Hospitality Project
Historic Country Estate Hospitality Project, Wasing Estate, Berkshire

Childs+Sulzmann have won a commission to develop a feasibility study for properties on the historic Wasing Estate in Berkshire.

Wasing has been in the same family since 1759 and remains a thriving entity today as a venue for weddings, meetings, retreats and sporting activities. This latest study will be looking at how currently derelict farm buildings, including an 18th century barn, pig sties and stables, could be developed to add further hospitality facilities to the estate.

Childs+Sulzmann won the commission through a competitive tendering process and is working with hotel and hospitality consultancy, Mark Fagan, to develop the scheme.

Set in picturesque countryside between the Berkshire villages of Aldermaston, Brimpton and Woolhampton, the Wasing Estate covers several thousand acres of farmland, woodland and lakes.

‘We are delighted to have the opportunity to use our experience of developing hospitality schemes within heritage buildings in such a stunning setting and on such a prestigious, historic estate,’ comments Childs+Sulzmann project director, Mike Cox.

Project Manager: Mark Fagan Consultancy