Fulham Palace

Location:

Bishops Avenue, London, SW6

Client:

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

Our Services:

Quantity Surveyor, CDM Co-ordinator/Principal Designer

Accommodation created:

Offices on upper floors, restructured stately rooms, museum that interprets the site’s extraordinary history, café, bar and an elegant gallery, education department, vinery, bothies, walled garden and moat.

Contract value:

£4.5 million – Phase I, £5.6 million – Phase II, £3.5 million – Phase III

Contract period:

Phase I 2006 – 2007, Phase II 2011 – 2012, Phase III – 2019

Contract type:

GC Works 1

Conservation and restoration of this Grade I listed palace (England’s oldest freehold, dating back to 704) to provide stately rooms for functions. The palace is now considered to be an outstanding venue for weddings.

A museum that interprets the site’s extraordinary history, a café and bar within one of the graceful drawing rooms that overlooks the botanic gardens, a gallery that provides an innovative programme of contemporary art. The upper floors contain high specification offices.

Phase II saw a section of the moat cleared, the education department moved to the old stables, the walled garden opened with newly restored vinery, bothies and gardens.

Phase III sees the east courtyard buildings restored with the provision of a new reception, shop and larger museum together with the restoration and conservation of the internal spaces.

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