RBS started work on Chettle House (a red-brick Queen Anne manor house), designed by architect Thomas Archer for George Chafinin 1710. The highlight of Archer’s design is the sweeping double staircase in the Oak Entrance Hall.

The manor has recently undergone full renovation including roof replacement. The drone footage below shows the sheer scale of the operation which required over 200 tonnes of weight to keep the HAKI roof and external scaffold secure without drilling into the existing building.