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23Aug91 UK: RISING FROM THE ASHES - JOHN LELLIOTT MANAGEMENT OVERSEES REBUILDING OF UPPARK HOUSE, WEST SUSSEX. (1 OF 2)

Uppark House, the National Trust's pride and joy, has reopened to the public two years after being gutted by fire. Ben Roskrow reports on the work carried out so far and the huge task still ahead.The 17th century West Sussex mansion Uppark House is once again structurally complete after it was gutted by fire in August 1989.The building is now ready for the next stage of restoration - the complex internal works.John Lelliott Management has handled the work on the building since it took ...

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