Blackheath Halls

The building is listed grade 2 built in the 1890’s. Dannatt Johnson were asked by Trinity college of Music who are responsible for the halls to review access and coordinate a restoration project for the façades. A number of access options were presented to the college including new lift provision to the first floor.

Funding issues have necessitated a phased approach to the work and an initial phase was commenced that included the formation of a significant ramped access to make the ground floor fully accessible. Phase I of the façade improvements has also been completed and includes the restoration of stucco base relief panels, Teracotta features including ball finials, renewal of parts of the existing Westmorland slate roof, lead flashings. and the brickwork to the main façade

The substantial roofing repairs provided a means of significantly increasing the thermal performance of the roof through the use of a high performance quilt within the existing roof voids.

The building is listed grade 2 built in the 1890’s. Dannatt Johnson were asked by Trinity college of Music who are responsible for the halls to review access and coordinate a restoration project for the façades. A number of access options were presented to the college including new lift provision to the first floor.

Funding issues have necessitated a phased approach to the work and an initial phase was commenced that included the formation of a significant ramped access to make the ground floor fully accessible. Phase I of the façade improvements has also been completed and includes the restoration of stucco base relief panels, Teracotta features including ball finials, renewal of parts of the existing Westmorland slate roof, lead flashings. and the brickwork to the main façade

The substantial roofing repairs provided a means of significantly increasing the thermal performance of the roof through the use of a high performance quilt within the existing roof voids.