Philip Turton


Building & Conservation Ltd

About Us

Philip Turton Building & Conservation Ltd was formed in 2002 by our director Philip Turton MCIOB. Philip is a Chartered Building manager for the Chartered Institute Of Building (CIOB) and has worked directly for English Heritage starting as a stone fixer mason in 1988 and leaving to set up PTB&CLtd as regional Manager for the Midlands and East Anglia regions for the employed labour force in 1999. He worked for EH for over 9 years and has managed and works on most of EH monuments.


We have a strong directly employed labour force Controlled by Kevin Bird of stone masons, stone fixers and quality tradespersons that are all CSCS registered. Our company carries operatives with Plant licences such as Telehandler, Scaffold inspectors, PASMA trained, all asbestos awareness for all of our operatives etc etc.


We have worked on Historic monuments such as Cardiff Castle for 12 years continuously, Bolsover Castle, Chatsworth House, most of properties in the guardianship of English Heritage in the Midlands region, Churches across the country as main contractor and also specialist sub-contractor.

We work for local Authorities such as Derbyshire County Council, Bolsover Old Town Council, Newark and Sherwood on a repeat basis.

We are at home on Ancient Historic Monuments but also can bring this quality of workmanship to private clients that require Exacting Standards on smaller projects.


We have over 100 years of experience in working in the Conservation Industry within our company and have a private repeat client base that we have developed since 2002.


We offer a comprehensive Consulting service regards specifying Historic Lime Mortars and our director Phil Turton is happy to give technical info regards the correct grading of aggregates and Hydraulic / Non Hydraulic lime mortars.


If you have a project (however small)  that you think we might be interested in or would like to discuss then please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss we will help where ever we can.