30 MARCH 2021
Peregrine Bryant has been working on historic buildings for decades and in 2014 was asked to undertake some work to assess opportunities to make the most of Stationers' Hall. Seven years later he is still hard at work having undertaken the development of the Tokefield Centre and now the work entailed by Vision 350. Here he gives some insights into his background, experience and some of the challenges that this project presents. Find out at the end what his favourite City of London building is.
18 MARCH 2021
For news on the excavations and ghe latest planning permission update - read on!
22 FEBRUARY 2021
Giles Fagan has presented an update of the Vision 350 project as it stands in the third week in February.
4 FEBRUARY 2021
This week 's Hall development progress remains firmly in the necessary evil stage! But it is progress!
21 JANUARY 2021
Work continues apace on the destructive start to the Vision 350 Project as the "soft strip" sees the rooms we have known steadily, and yet very carefully, dismantled. Don't let the images make you sad although they are grim. Rather, focus on the progress and the end result!
15 JANUARY 2021
We have received some great photos from David Valentine of what is happening at the Hall in terms of the Vision 350 development.
11 JANUARY 2021
From the perspective of knowing what a huge project this is, the start may appear to have been a bit slow but much, although not hugely visible, progress has been made.
19 NOVEMBER 2020
During October 2020 the task of packing up the office was added to the many duties and responsibilities of those who work at Stationers’ Hall. While technicians undertook specialist work in preparing an IT move to ‘the Cloud’ (successfully completed, although new ways are having to be learned!) and various other trades were on site assessing the tasks ahead (including secure asbestos removal) the piles of boxes grew ever taller and it was a relief finally to have them move into the new premises.