We are working with Lowestoft Town Council on the restoration and extension of the Grade II listed Town Hall to return it to its rightful civic role by becoming home to the Town Council and the registry office, and a venue for civil ceremonies and community events.
The project will restore the building’s public presence, its Victorian frontage and set-piece Council Chamber that, with its stained-glass windows, will be used once again for council meetings, civil ceremonies and other events. The Town Hall will become a hub for local heritage with displays about the local area as well as community arts activity. Extensions that complete the Town Hall’s urban block will house an event hall, co-working and other facilities, set around a new courtyard garden. A new café and meeting rooms will be available to the public. The works will make the building fully accessible and will significantly reduce its carbon footprint through insulation and energy efficient systems.