The privately owned 15th Century manor house in South Gloucestershire had been recently bought and up-to-date documentation was needed for potential maintenance and restoration.
The Manor with its impressive Cotswold Stone exterior, set in extensive grounds was once a country residence for King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.
William Tyndale also lived in the house when he was employed as chaplain and a tutor for its owner. It is here where he started the courageous journey to translate the Greek-written Bible in to English for all to be able to read and understand.
Cadplan's building surveyor was on site for 6 days taking 510 scans, recording all detail to within ±2mm. All drawings are to be delivered within 4 weeks of scanning process.
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