An interesting and varied group, including mediaeval cottages, a chantry, a Regency building and a derelict site, giving the Trust its first opportunity to incorporate an element of new build in the restoration. It also marked an important stage in the evolution of the Trust as a Rolling Fund, using income generated by selling or leasing one development to finance future projects.
The new build on a corner site was designed to complement the existing historic streetscape, with building and roof lines and a rendered upper storey similar to those of adjoining properties. The development provided four houses and a flat, a lock-up shop and (with the Regency property) an office building fronting Duke Street. The Trust retained the freehold of the shop and lets it to generate income. The flat above was sold on a 125-year lease, and the other dwellings and the Regency office were sold freehold.