St. Andrew & St. Luke, Stoke Damerel

A church has stood on this site since the 1200’s.  The  grade II* listed church is unusual because a plaque in the church records a continuous roll of Rectors dating back to 1310; it has a fascinating history.  The building at it stands is one of only a few Georgian churches in Plymouth, albeit much modified by the Victorians.

The  project involved the creation of a new level stone floor with under-floor heating, to enable the elegant space to be used for a wide variety of uses by the church and wider community.  The work involved excavation to create new levels for the insulated floor and new MEP services.