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Award-Winning Architects Make Appointed On Iconic Hornsey Town Hall Restoration

MAKE Architects - Hornsey Town Hall
30 April 2018

Far East Consortium International Ltd (FEC) has appointed Make as architect for its latest project, Hornsey Town Hall, Crouch End. The award-winning architectural firm brings a wealth of expertise working on various heritage buildings across London and internationally.

Working alongside Coplan Estates, FEC will undertake the restoration of the former Haringey Council offices, ensuring its removal from the risk register and securing its future for generations to come.

John Connolly, Head of UK development at FEC, commented: “Hornsey Town Hall is a landmark building which is steeped in history, and we are dedicated to maintaining the buildings heritage whilst also creating a new hub for the whole community to enjoy. We are delighted to be working with the experienced team at Make Architects, who will work closely with us to ensure that the Town Hall is restored to its former glory.”

Katy Ghahremani, Make Architects, said: “We are really looking forward to getting started on this fantastic project. We have had the privilege of working on some incredible heritage projects over the last few years, including considerable work for Harrods, the LSQ London offices in Leicester Square and The Montpellier Chapter Hotel in Cheltenham. Hornsey Town Hall is a superb asset to the community, and we are really excited by the opportunity it presents.”

When complete, Hornsey Town Hall will incorporate a new arts centre with community access, restaurants, cafés, a boutique hotel, new housing and landscaping. The Town Square and public realm will also be regenerated to incorporate parkland, seating and market stalls run by local businesses.

The historic elements of the building will be restored, and many will be available for community use such as the assembly hall, foyer, council chamber, supper room and committee rooms. Other parts of the building will be incorporated into a new boutique hotel with associated F&B.

A new residential building, situated to the rear of Hornsey Town Hall, will provide stylish new apartments, delivering much-needed housing to the local area.

Hornsey Town Hall is steeped in history. Designed in the modernist style by award-winning architect Reginald Uren, the building was completed in 1935. The building operated as council offices until 1966, when most of the council’s administrative services were moved to Wood Green. The building then fell into disrepair and recently has been used as an arts centre for the local community.

The multi-million pound restoration of the historic Grade II*-listed building is set to commence in 2018, with a sales launch for the new residential properties scheduled for autumn 2017.

For further information about Far East Consortium Ltd (FEC), please contact them on Tel: 020 3370 6804 or visit

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Hornsey Town Hall is a development by CROUCH END (FEC) LIMITED, Ground Floor, 12 Stanhope Gate, London, W1K 1AW, England (a company incorporated in England and Wales with company number 10448866).
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