The Innholders are one of 110 Worshipful Companies in existence, many of which still maintain livery halls in the City of London. Founded in 1514, their origins lie in the Medieval guilds, which were formed under licence of the crown.
Innholders Hall is a Grade II* listed building in College Street, London EC4, and a Scheduled Ancient Monument. By early 1670 it had been rebuilt on the site of its predecessor which was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666.
The impressive Great Hall boasts rich oak panelling from 1670, with a minstrels’ gallery that was originally sited across the north-east corner now repositioned centrally on the east wall.
Spatial Dimensions were briefed by Murray Birrell to provide a full measured survey of the building, initially to provide CAD drawings and a hosted point cloud. These drawings will assist Murray Birrell with their Condition Survey and a PPM. Current building defects will be highlighted, allowing the Worshipful Company to plan for the future maintenance and upkeep of the Hall.