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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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Helios – BBC Television Centre, White City

Here is the golden figure of Helios just after he arrived in the Hall Conservation workshop. Helios is a piece of broadcasting history and for decades has stood watch over the round courtyard at BBC Television Centre in White City, London. He was designed by T.B. Huxley-Jones. Helios,
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Waterloo Cannons, Tower of London

The six cannons displayed at the Tower of London required conservation work before the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo on the 18th June 2015. As agreed with the Royal Armouries, the work was undertaken in two stages to ensure that the area outside the Waterloo Barracks was not l
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NEWS – RICS Award Nomination 2017 for Tottenham War Memorial

Delighted to announce that our work on the Tottenham War Memorial has been shortlisted in the Building Conservation category of the RICS Awards for 2017. The Tottenham War Memorial is listed along with nine other nominees in the London section of the RICS awards which will be presente
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Event – Iron Works Seminar – Talks II

The latest National Heritage Ironworks Group (NHIG) seminar took place at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich in November 2016.  Hall Conservation were delighted to be able to take part in the day.  This is an outline of the day’s second half. The lunchtime break offered del
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Cannons, Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Royal Hospital Chelsea, also known as the Chelsea Pensioners Hospital, has a collection of eight cannons on its south terrace with an additional cannon on the upper terrace. The cannons are part of the Royal Armouries Collection and are on long term loan. The nine cannons are from
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Event – Tulip Staircase Reception, Greenwich

In the autumn of 2016, Brian Hall and members of the team from Hall Conservation were delighted to attend a reception to celebrate the reopening of the Queen’s House in Greenwich. Widely known as the first Classical building in England, the Queen’s House had been closed for a ma
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Stockwell War Memorial Clock Tower

Hall Conservation were asked to replace windows on the well known Stockwell War Memorial Clock Tower in London. This war memorial, in Portland stone, commemorates 574 of the men that lost their lives in World War I. The monument is the design of local architect, Frank T Dear, who won
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Tulip Staircase, Queens House, Greenwich

The Tulip Staircase is thought to be the oldest unsupported spiral staircase in the UK. The stairs are held in place by the support of a cantilever from the wall with each stair supporting on the one above. This famous staircase is located within the Inigo Jones’ designed Queen’
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Upper Wimpole Street – Metalwork Survey

Hall Conservation were asked to undertake a survey of the metalwork at a location in London’s Upper Wimpole Street. The purpose of the survey was to examine and identify the current condition of the metalwork and then to produce recommendations for works and a budget. Elements examine
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