St John at Hackney Church

Lower Clapton Road, E5

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DESCRIPTION

St John at Hackney has become a distinctive concert space in London hosting gigs by Emeli Sande, Robbie Williams, Coldplay and Ed Sheeran as well as continuing to be a place of worship for the parish of Hackney.

Phase 2 of the works of the Grade II* listed church include installing a permanent stage with a retractable element, stage lightning and audio visual systems, allowing the church to move between a venue for worship and an event venue.

Access will be improved involving the installation of an external ramp with Portland stone paving slabs and bronze handrails. Extensive plaster repairs and new decorative works are required to the high ceilings which will require a scissor lift to allow works to be ongoing in the surrounding areas.

The south wing of the church will undergo a renovation to provide new services including toilets, meeting rooms, catering facilities and office space. Specialist bespoke joinery will be required for the large storage units on the outskirts of the ground floor and the installation of the Servery bar.

Repairs to the external fabric of the church and memorials will be carried out as well as the cleaning and treating of the extensive parquet floor including installation of flooring in new areas of the church.

Drainage works are required for a new sewage connection into the building which will require breaking out and saw cutting of existing external slabs.

Once the work is complete the space will be able to deliver a wide range of activities for the local and wider community.

CLIENT

St John at Hackney Church 

ARCHITECT

Thomas Ford & Partners

Quantity Surveyor 

Huntley Cartwright

CONTRACT

JCT Intermediate Building Contract

VALUE

£3M

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