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HMP Shrewsbury – The Dana

The part 17th century but mostly 18th century Shrewsbury Gaol is being acquired. Research and public consultation is being carried out to determine the content of a future mixed-use development which may include provision for university accommodation.

Guildhall, Bristol

The Grade II* listed Guildhall has been acquired from Bristol City Council and it is intended to add to the site the adjoining Grade I* listed building formerly the Bristol Branch of the Bank of England. The building was built in two parts in 1843 and 1868 with two road frontages to Broad Street and…

Cleveland House, Bath

Cleveland House is a John Pinch creation of circa 1820 built by Lord Cleveland of the Bathwick Estate. It is a rare example of a Georgian office building originally occupied by the Kennet & Avon Canal Company. The Grade II* listed building straddles the Canal and is to be restored as a fine Georgian house…

Armagh Gaol, Northern Ireland

February 4th 2009, the Trevor Osborne Property Group in partnership with Armagh City & District Council and The Princes Regeneration Trust signed the partnership agreement to develop Armagh Gaol into a luxury boutique hotel. Owned by the district council for the past 10 years, the property came to the market in 2008 with the view…

Buxton Crescent Hotel & Thermal Spa

The project is to save the nationally important Buxton Crescent built in 1780/1790 by John Carr of York for the fifth Duke of Devonshire. Project overview: In partnership with CP Holdings Ltd, High Peak Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council, Trevor Osborne Property Group are to restore the Grade I listed Buxton Crescent to offer…

Porthleven Harbour & Portfolio

For 35 years, Trevor Osborne has owned the Porthleven Harbour & Dock Company, a statutory company founded by an Act of Parliament in 1869. The Harbour & Dock Company owns many of the historic buildings in and around the harbour which are subject to a continuing programme of improvements and conversions. The village with its…

The Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

Acquired in 2007 by the Trevor Osborne Property Group and CP Holdings as part of the regeneration of Buxton’s Crescent and Spa. Reputed to be the oldest hotel in England, the Grade II star listed Old Hall was rebuilt in 1550 by the Earl of Shrewsbury, 4th husband of Bess of Hardwick, to accommodate Mary…

Porthleven Holiday Cottages

The most toutherly port in the United Kingdom, Porthleven is a historic 19th Century fishing port set in the sweep of Mounts Bay in Cornwall. This charming Cornish village is renowned as a holiday destination offering peaceful surroundings, excellent food and beautiful sea views. Our 30 high quality self-catering holiday properties are the perfect place…

The George, Buxton

This property comprises two buildings; The George Hotel, built circa 1770 for the Duke of Devonshire and the George Mansions, a mid 19th century addition. Both buildings are Grade II listed and some years ago were converted to provide 19 apartments with the George Bar on the ground floor. The opportunity to purchase the freehold…