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 presented at their award ceremony on 24th May 2017. Hall Conservation worked on the project alongside Paul Latham of The Regeneration Practice.
The RICS awards are one of the premier property and construction awards in the country, each year bringing together the most innovative projects from all over the country in eight different categories.
Standing on Tottenham High Road, the memorial was unveiled in 1923 to commemorate those who lost their lives in the First World War. It received a Grade II listed status in 2002. The war memorial consists of a bronze statue of Peace, a laurel-crowned angel with outstretched wings holding a wreath. The statue is mounted on a tapered, square Cornish granite shaft from Kit Hill quarry, Callington.
Congratulations to the Hall Conservation team that worked on the project and good luck to all the deserved nominees on the night.
UPDATE: Great to see the Tottenham War Memorial and the RICS award nomination featured in the April issue of Premier Construction.
UPDATE II: Delighted to update to say that our work on the Tottenham War Memorial was highly commended at the RICS Awards ceremony.
(Dusk shot of the memorial (C) The Regeneration Practice Ltd)