Our expertise in the Heritage Sector
Keeping people and goods moving in challenging sites across the UK
With 150 years' history of our own, we are passionate about heritage projects.
Installation or refurbishment projects that need to consider the fabric of a listed building or retain a period feel to a lift, whilst benefiting from new technology, are amongst our favourite challenges. Our design team and engineers have met many heritage challenges and provided outstanding solutions.
We have installations in museums, civic buildings, cathedrals, theatres, hotels, railway stations, housing – even ships and palaces – all in well-known locations of national importance. We are delighted to work on heritage projects, meeting all the challenges of contributing specialist organisations, such as English Heritage. We are proud to provide continuing maintenance to ensure the lasting performance of these special lifts in very special locations.
Contact us to discuss your requirements – we know we can help.
Our latest news...
Contract Win: Stannah Piccolo lift for SS Great Britain Visitor Centre
Stannah has won the contract to supply and install a Piccolo platform passenger lift in the new extension of the SS Great Britain Visitor Centre, located in the Great Western Dockyard in Bristol.Read more
Stannah celebrates 150 years of engineering excellence
Stannah celebrates 150 years of engineering excellence with: • A year-long celebration to take place • New timeline features never-before-seen images of the Stannah history • 150% match funding for…Read more
How the Stannah Logo has Evolved Over 150 Years
Over the last 150 years the Stannah logo has changed dramatically to reflect the growth of the business. Although founded in 1867, the earliest known logo we can source is from 1900.Read more
Stannah Passenger Lifts Up Access in Multi Award-winning Listed Conversion
A trio of Stannah Maxilift motor room-less passenger lifts has delivered residential access for all in King Edward VII Estate, near Midhurst in West Sussex.Read more
Major project for Winchester Cathedral
Stannah's Major Projects team are always ready for an engineering challenge - and this is no exception. They have secured the contract to install a 10 person all-glass passenger lift into Winchester…Read more
Stannah’s NEW Microlift Evo: a Prinny-approved not-so-dumb waiter?
Odds are that Prinny (aka the Prince Regent/King George IV in-waiting) would have approved the VIP service that Stannah’s NEW Microlift Evo adds to The Charm, a plush, 19th century boutique hotel in…Read more
An apprentice lift engineer - what an opportunity!
It's equal opportunities for Stannah Lifts apprentice engineer, Sophie Healy, as she makes headway in a male-dominated industry sector.Read more
Brave the elements with the new Stannah external Midilift
The innovative Midilift platform lift can now be installed outside! The external option for the Midilift means you get all the quality construction and convenience of the Midilift SL but with a…Read more
“Oyez! Stannah brings modern access to historic town hall!”
Once again, Stannah has plenty to shout about when it comes to updating access in heritage buildings – with the installation of a Maxilift 2.0 MRL (motor room-less) passenger lift in the historic town…Read more
From derelict pile to hospitality pearl: Stannah updates access in Crossbasket Castle
Throughout its 600-year history it’s doubtful that Crossbasket Castle in Scotland catered for mobility compromised people – until a recent £9m investment and a Stannah Midilift SL platform lift…Read more
Stannah shines big time at new-look Birmingham New Street
The Stannah Lift Services team has every reason to celebrate its shining performance in The New Street Gateway Project – Network Rail’s £750-million regeneration of Birmingham New Street railway…Read more
NEW – Stannah Stairiser CR: The slimmest platform lift on the market – updated!
The already ground breaking Stairiser range has some exciting new updates! The lift is designed to carry one person safely up a straight or curved stairway – seated in a wheelchair, or on the fold…Read more