The Broome Anglican Church is a fine example of Federation Carpenter Gothic architecture and is listed on the WA state register with recognised heritage value and social significance to the community.
The aim of the project was to investigate and resolve subfloor issues, repair timber elements that are showing signs of deterioration due to age and environmental conditions and reinstate missing elements to the church. It was made possible by grant funding by the Heritage Council of WA.
Hocking Heritage +Architecture were instrumental in the preparation of documentation for the conservation works, securing statutory approvals and grant funding and liaising with the builders during construction providing ongoing advice.
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