We are Paye
The market leading stonework and restoration contractor in London and the South East. Decades of experience in the market, both as Principal Contractor and Sub-Contractor, means we approach every type of project with a wealth of experience, a passion for our craft and a proven track record of delivering on time and on budget.About Paye
Greenhouse Sports Centre
Greenhouse Sports Centre and community space is a Grade II* listed former church, constructed in 1824-5 by Philip Hardwick The listed stonework had been historically extensively repaired using hard inappropriate cement mortars which had failed with the general condition deteriorating with...
Constructed circa 1864-70 by Sir Joseph Bazalgette. An extensive section of the Grade II listed granite retaining wall and parapet with piers and stairs was deconstructed, salvaged, adapted, and re-built as part of the Tideway Project. Paye were initially employed under...
Seafield Water Tower
The Grade II Listed Seafield Gardens Water Tower was originally built at a cost of £2,500 in 1898 for the West Hants Water Company. It was constructed to supply the Southbourne-on-Sea area following problems with the Iford Pumping Station. The tower,...
Voysey House is a grade II* listed building constructed in 1902 as an extension to the Sanderson’s wallpaper factory. The building consists of a load bearing masonry façade with an internal steel and cast-iron frame. The masonry façade is faced in...