We are delighted that Listed Heritage Magazine has featured a four page article on our works to Charterhouse, London.

The article represents the project perfectly. It explains the fascinating history of the Charterhouse, followed by a description of the remodelling and restoration works that have taken place.

Bakers of Danbury were appointed Principal Contractors for the project, which involved remodelling the Grade I listed building to house a new museum and learning centre; which explores the history of the Charterhouse from the Black Death to present day.

The project called "Revealing the Charterhouse" included extensive fabric repairs to Charterhouse chapel, as well as landscaping and restoration to Charterhouse square.

Revealing the Charterhouse aims to share the Charterhouse heritage with public, as well as conserve and restore the Charterhouse itself, including the Chapel and the Charterhouse Square, to which the Charterhouse buildings surround part of.

Having been hidden from view and closed to public for over 650 years - the historic London landmark was officially opened to public by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on 28 February 2017.