Stafford History Centre - William Salt Library



This project comprised substantial alterations and refurbishment to a Grade 2 listed town house built in 1730, currently used as the William Salt Library, to convert to potential office accommodation and residential apartments.

The project formed part of a larger scheme to extend and redevelop the Staffordshire History Centre with new strong rooms and improved archive search and public facilities.


Our definition of success is to work with the right people and teams to deliver projects with zero defects … and the team at Adams Fletcher & Partners fit the bill perfectly.

Bob Maybank, Senior Projects Manager, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation

Throughout the project, from conception to completion, we had a first class relationship with Adams Fletcher & Partners. Both their professional approach and effective communication was greatly appreciated, especially the almost daily liaison with Ieuan Lavender during the lockdown construction period.

Councillor Stuart Meredith, Wheatpieces Parish Council

I cannot think of anyone I have seen chair meetings as professionally, with such a business-like but friendly and humorous manner as yourself. It is not an easy skill and you have perfected it. There is a tremendous amount of respect for the way in which you keep those meetings…

Gary Watson, Former Head Maidenhill School