Clapham Common Bandstand

Located at the centre of south London’s Clapham Common, the Bandstand is one of the most significant structures and local attractions in the area. From it’s construction in 1890 as one of the largest bandstands built in England it has had immense community value and benefits from the support of the local authority and many local Friends Groups and Societies with an interest in protecting its future.

Following preparation of a conservation management plan the practice was instrumental in securing a heritage lottery fund grant to restore and conserve the building and immediate landscape which had fallen into a state of neglect and disrepair.

The main cast iron structure and timber roof has been repaired and a new curved zinc roof designed to provide the finish to the dome. Traditional Victorian ‘Party’ colours have been used to decorate the building and the external paving and seating reconfigured to its original layout.

Located at the centre of south London’s Clapham Common, the Bandstand is one of the most significant structures and local attractions in the area. From it’s construction in 1890 as one of the largest bandstands built in England it has had immense community value and benefits from the support of the local authority and many local Friends Groups and Societies with an interest in protecting its future.

Following preparation of a conservation management plan the practice was instrumental in securing a heritage lottery fund to restore and conserve the building and immediate landscape which had fallen into a state of neglect and disrepair.

The main cast iron structure and timber roof has been repaired and a new curved zinc roof designed to provide the finish to the dome. Traditional Victorian ‘Party’ colours have been used to decorate the building and the external paving and seating reconfigured to its original layout.

Located at the centre of south London’s Clapham Common, the Bandstand is one of the most significant structures and local attractions in the area. From it’s construction in 1890 as one of the largest bandstands built in England it has had immense community value and benefits from the support of the local authority and many local Friends Groups and Societies with an interest in protecting its future.

Following preparation of a conservation management plan the practice was instrumental in securing a heritage lottery fund to restore and conserve the building and immediate landscape which had fallen into a state of neglect and disrepair.

The main cast iron structure and timber roof has been repaired and a new curved zinc roof designed to provide the finish to the dome. Traditional Victorian ‘Party’ colours have been used to decorate the building and the external paving and seating reconfigured to its original layout.

Located at the centre of south London’s Clapham Common, the Bandstand is one of the most significant structures and local attractions in the area. From it’s construction in 1890 as one of the largest bandstands built in England it has had immense community value and benefits from the support of the local authority and many local Friends Groups and Societies with an interest in protecting its future.

Following preparation of a conservation management plan the practice was instrumental in securing a heritage lottery fund to restore and conserve the building and immediate landscape which had fallen into a state of neglect and disrepair.

The main cast iron structure and timber roof has been repaired and a new curved zinc roof designed to provide the finish to the dome. Traditional Victorian ‘Party’ colours have been used to decorate the building and the external paving and seating reconfigured to its original layout.