R W Armstrong is extremely proud to announce that following the successful completion of Jack Mill House, the project has gone on to win two prestigious RIBA Awards; the RIBA South East Award 2017 and the RIBA South East Conservation Award 2017.

The judges commented that Jack Mill House is “an example of progressive conservation, inventive re-use and adaptation of existing fabric. For the first time since 1909, Jack and Jill Windmills will once again turn in the wind together.”

During the course of the work, English Heritage and SPAB were consulted, as well as local millwrights and community groups.

RIBA have commented that In conservation terms, this project is exemplary in its approach to enhancing an existing context.

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