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London Business School – Old Marylebone Town Hall

Hall Conservation worked closely with Wates Construction for the London Business School on an ambitious two year project to restore the Grade II-listed Old Marylebone Town Hall. The aim was to restore the building and to create a modern learning facility. Hall Conservation was commiss
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HISTORIC ENGLAND CASE STUDY – Tottenham War Memorial

Hall Conservation is delighted to announce that our award-nominated work on the conservation of the Tottenham War Memorial has been included as part of a case study produced by Historic England. The case study is entitled: “Conserving War Memorials Case Study: Surface Treatment
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EVENT – St Paul’s NHIG SEMINAR ROUND UP

Thanks to all who attended the NHIG Seminar on Friday 17th November on Specifications, Tenders & Procurement in Heritage Ironwork. It was a great day full of fascinating talks set in the stunning location of St Paul’s Cathedral.  The hashtag for the day was #NHIGIron. The day bega
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The PSMA’S MARSH AWARDS 2017

Many thanks to the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association for doing a great job of hosting the Marsh awards on Wednesday night. It was an honour to have our work on the Blue Coat figures nominated in the Award for Excellence in Conservation category.  Congratulations to Sally Stra
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NEWS – Shortlisted for Marsh Award 2017 for Excellence in Conservation

Hall Conservation is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a PMSA Marsh Award for Excellence in Conservation for our work on Blue Coat stone figures, Rotherhithe.  Many congratulations to everyone who worked on the project and to all the other many talented people sh
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NEWS – New Heritage Ironwork Seminar – 17th Nov 2017

NEWS – The National Heritage Ironworks Group (NHIG) have announced details of their next ironwork seminar. The event will take place at the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral in London on 17th November 2017 and be chaired by our own Brian Hall, who is also Vice-Chair of NHIG.   Th
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Blue Coat Stone Figures, Rotherhithe

Hall Conservation were asked to restore two limestone figures decorating the St Mary School House on Church Street, Rotherhithe near the Thames in London. The limestone figures were created in 1798 and show a boy and a girl each holding a book and dressed in Blue Coat uniforms. The sc
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NEWS – Highly Commended Award for Tottenham War Memorial

We are delighted to announce that our work on the Tottenham War Memorial was highly commended in the Building Conservation section at the 2017 RICS Awards.  The awards took place on Wednesday 24th May 2017 at The Marriott, Grosvenor Square, London. The restoration of Tottenham War Mem
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Tottenham War Memorial

Tottenham War Memorial stands on Tottenham High Road.  It was unveiled in 1923 to commemorate those who lost their lives in the First World War. It received Grade II listed status in 2002. The memorial consists of a bronze statue of a laurel-crowned angel with outstretched wings holdi
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Waterfall Fountain, Tower Bridge Piazza

‘Waterfall‘ is a sculptural fountain created in 1991 by Antony Donaldson and is located at Tower Bridge Piazza in London. It is made from cast and fabricated hollow bronze in the form of six nude female figures posed around a central barrel which overflows with water.  The
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