The Aberglasney Piggeries project was fully funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It involved the restoration and change of use of a group of derelict farm buildings on the site, once the piggeries of Aberglasney Home Farm.

Aberglasney House is a grade II* listed mansion sited within over 10 acres of gardens.

The project aims to provide an education and visitor centre, inspiration and training for a new generation of gardeners as well as students with learning difficulties and school children and is the latest in a line of restoration projects at Aberglasney.

RVW were involved at an early stage to look at the feasibility of providing a more economic and sustainable means of foul and surface water drainage disposal.

The initial brief was to provide drainage for the restored buildings and existing cottages only; this was then extended to encompass the entire site foul drainage, including the mansion house, café and visitor toilets.

RVW provided a full design service for the provision and installation of a package treatment plant to serve the site. This included close liaison with Natural Resources Wales to ensure that their stringent water quality requirements could be met.

Project Client

Aberglasney Restoration Trust

Architect

Garner Southall Partnership

Project Value

£800k