Hunters Progress Update

We’ve reached an exciting milestone in our refurbishment project at Hunters Law LLP. We have now successfully removed the roof of this heritage building and are working on restoring it back to its former glory.

The building was first constructed between 1693 and 1697, with a third floor added sometime after 1720. The building was largely re-planned after a fire occurred in 1870, which resulted in changes and alterations to the roof, second and third-floor levels on the north side of the building. The roof and parts of the premises were again damaged by an incendiary bomb during a Zeppelin raid in WW1 on the 14th  of October 1915. Although the damage was subsequently repaired, it was never fully compassionately refurbished in a sensitive manner.

That’s why, with our extensive knowledge and sympathetic understanding of listed and iconic buildings, have taken on the challenge of not only repairing the roof in its entirety, but also update the office environment for our clients so that it can be a sophisticated and eco-friendly workspace that has respected its past, and ensure it remains in good health for many years to come.

Using our team of highly trained and skilled operatives, we are designing this new environment with not only our client's needs in mind but also with an emphasis on ensuring that the building is respected and in keeping with the area. We are using specialist tools, materials, and techniques to deliver an office space that will stand the test of time and be a continued iconic building in the heart of legal London.

Please stay tuned for further updates as we progress!