Join us for a public consultation meeting about the future plans for the Hall on Tuesday 13th April at 7pm.
Our world-renowned heritage specialist architect, Purcell, and eight-time Chelsea Gold medal winner, landscape designer, Tom Stuart-Smith, will explain the planned changes to both the building, comprising 179 rooms over 75,000 sq. ft., and the 16 acres of gardens and grounds followed by a public Q&A.
A message from Colin: “Following regular updates on our website and social media, I am delighted that the research into the Hall’s history and designs for the restoration are complete. I’m now able to share my vision for the detailed restoration of the Hall to its former glory as a private country home”.
Preparation of the Hall’s planning application has taken eight months and the country’s leading specialists have provided their expert guidance.
It is a weighty responsibility to take on such a restoration; the costs may exceed £15m, but with such a highly-experienced team, led by Purcell and Tom Stuart Smith, I am confident that our planning application for change of use from a nursing home to a house will enable us to restore the building and grounds to the highest standards.”
If you would like to attend the meeting you will need to:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your attendance
Download and register an account with Zoom (https://zoom.us), free virtual meeting software, in advance
Join the consultation using a link we will send to you via return email
We hope to see you there.