Luard Conservation undertakes the conservation and restoration of carving, joinery, lime plaster, and polychromed timber. We also undertake conditional reports and consultancy work. Based in north London David Luard is Timber Consultant to the London Diocesan Advisory Committee.


Clients include:
The Royal Household
Historic Royal Palaces
The National Trust
The Victoria and Albert Museum
Historic Chapels Trust
Jane Churchill Interiors Limited
Christ Church, Spitalfields
St. Pauls Church, Deptford
St. James's Church Piccadilly, Grinling Gibbons reredos
St. Edmund King and Martyr Church, Lombard Street, Wren joinery restoration and reintroduction of gilded decoration.
St. Mary the Virgin, Ingestre, Staffordshire, conservation of 1670s plaster ceiling.
Dagenham Civic Centre, refurbishment of 1930 walnut panelling and introduction of new venered joinery to match the original.

Richard Griffith Architects (London)
Ptolemy Dean Architects (London)
Giles Quarme Architects (London)
Molyneux Kerr Architects (London)
Glyn Leaman (Bristol)
Thomas Ford & Partners (London)
John Cunnington Architects (Derbyshire)
Lloyd Evans Pritchard (Manchester)
John Glanfield & Partners (Hertfordshire)

Luard Conservation Limited, 67 Sellons Avenue, London, NW10 4HJ : Company No 4813370
Tel/Fax: 020 8961 7544 Mobile: 07973 741 117