Client: City of London Corporation
Completed: Nov 2019
Category: Places of Worship
Contract Duration: 15 Weeks
Architect:
What we did...
  • Conservation & Restoration
  • Stone Masonry
  • Roof Restoration
  • Rainwater Goods
  • Structural Repairs

The Gothic style Anglican Church is located at the end of Church Avenue within the City of London Cemetery and Crematorium. This beautiful Grade II listed building is primarily used for burial services and was designed by William Haywood in 1855 with a stunning 61ft (19 m) spire.

The restoration works included the overhaul of the roof, rainwater goods and external masonry of the Grade II listed Anglican church within the City of London Cemetery & Crematorium.  The project also involved the structural repairs to the bell tower to conserve the architectural, historical significance of the building and improve the weather tightness to limit future decay.

The restoration programme included;

  • Restoration and repairs to stone masonry at all elevations
  • Repairs and replacement of rainwater goods
  • Repairs and replacement of missing/ broken roofing tiles
  • Liquid water proofing to flat roof area
  • Installation of safety harness system
  • Bell tower repairs including works to timber and steel bell frame
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"One of the most imposing and most influential of the early public cemeteries".

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