Hagley Hall

Hagley Hall is the private home of Viscount and Viscountess Cobham and is set in 350 acres of parkland.

This Grade I listed Georgian house was completed in 1760, designed by Sanderson Miller and built for George, the First Lord Lyttelton.

Midland Conservation were appointed to carry out external fabric repairs which included:

  • Replacement masonry sections to all elevations
  • Defrass and repointing to all areas
  • Repairs and replacement balustrade to parapets
  • Complete overhaul of the Perron steps including new balustrade and copings
  • New lead coverings and overhaul of rainwater goods