Hall Conservation Ltd


Gates at Christchurch, Spitalfields, London

Hall Conservation were asked to remove, restore, and return the gates from outside Christchurch Primary School in London’s Brick Lane. Before the gates could be removed, the area was cordoned off with traffic cones and pedestrian barriers to allow hot work to begin melting the lead ou
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Lanterns, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich

As part of the on-going conservation work at the Old Royal Naval College we undertook the repair of several lanterns. The lanterns were in various conditions and had all been stripped of their paint and gilding before arriving in our studio. The majority of the lanterns are made of co
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Wrought Iron Railings, St Dunstan’s, Fetter Lane

As part of the works to St Dunstan’s Court on Fetter Lane, London, Hall Conservation Ltd was asked to design, manufacture and install an extension to the existing wrought iron railings and conserve the existing listed railings. As part of the works Hall Conservation Ltd conserve
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Lloyds Register of Shipping, 71 Fenchurch Street, London

In 1901, the architect Thomas Edward Collcutt received the commission from Lloyds Registry of Shipping to design and build their new headquarters in Fenchurch Street, London. The impressive Arts and Crafts building was restored in the late 90’s by Brian Hall and a team of conservators
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The Shaftsbury Memorial (Eros Fountain), Piccadilly Circus, London

During the 1980s and early 1990s the Shaftesbury Memorial, popularly known as ‘Eros’ underwent restoration twice, once when it was moved across Piccadilly Circus to its present location, then later, when a fracture reappeared in Eros’s leg. The directors of Hall Conservation Ltd, Andr
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Albert Memorial, Hyde Park, London

George Gilbert Scott epitomises the illustrious Victorian, he was entrepreneurial, charismatic, energetic, dogmatic and controversial. He became not only a leading architect of the age but the most prolific, with almost 1,000 buildings designed by him and his practice. The grand Midla
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Hereford Screen, V&A Museum, London

One of the monuments of high Victorian art, the choir screen – built as the focal point of Sir George Gilbert Scott’s renovation of Hereford Cathedral – is a masterpiece in the Gothic Revival style. Before its installation in the Cathedral it was a star exhibit at th
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Dome, 74 St James’ Street, London

Various attempts had been made to seal the leaking dome located on the roof of 74 St James’, attempts had included painting the surfaces with bitumen based paints and ended in the 60/70s with the application of glass reinforced plastic across the whole of the surface. In 2003 th
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First and Second World War Memorials, War Memorials Trust, London

The original buildings where the memorials were installed were demolished, but the memorials were salvaged by the War Memorial Trust, as part of their remit is to preserve and re-locate displaced memorials. After being saved, the two bronze and one marble war memorial had been kept in
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Untitled (Listening), Antony Gormley, Maygrove Peace Park, London

The conservators of Hall Conservation Ltd have developed a good working relationship with Antony Gormley over the last decade, and it is our practice, when his sculptures have suffered damage, to discuss the restoration options with him and agree the most appropriate treatments. In th
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