Plans for first phase of Castle Mona restoration submitted – 3FM

Saturday, June 6th, 2020 7:49am

By Rob Pritchard @rpritchard9

Tevir Group has submitted plans for the first phase of restoration of the Castle Mona in Douglas.

The proposals cover three key areas of work of repairing the roof and replacing its coverings; interior work to remove modern interventions such as bathrooms and hotel fittings; and removing later additions to the building including the former bowling alley, north-east bedroom and dining wing.

The company is working with local architects, Horncastle Thomas, on the Castle Mona project, who are experienced in dealing with sensitive development projects involving registered buildings. 

Tevir Group Managing Director, Ciaran Doherty, says they’re ‘keenly aware that the Castle Mona is a key heritage asset for the Isle of Man and extremely mindful of the great interest that the Manx public have in the property’.


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