Repairs & restoration to decorative plasterwork in Teeside’s Victorian Town Hall now completed!

After 18 months of working on this project, we have now completed our part of the renovation and have restored the decorative plasterwork. After years of neglect, this building's interior was decaying and in a truly terrible state. The repairs required were throughout the entire building - to walls, a glazed dome over a stairwell, cornice, ceilings and archways. The main area of work was to the decorative plasterwork in the Civic Suite.

All repairs were completed using time-honoured plaster and lime techniques that create a durable, ecological finish. All the repairs we have made will maintain the authenticity of this grade II listed building that dates back to 1890 and was designed by local architect James Garry.

Hopefully soon this community project will handed back to and enjoyed by the local people who supported this project through its different phases of renovations.

See images below for before and after photos.

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