3rd April 2024

Axis wins two awards via The Royal Parks (TRP) framework

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Axis won The Royal Parks (TRP) contracts at St Mary’s Lodge and The Old Police House via TRP’s New Builds and Refurbishments Framework (works on projects varying in value from £100k to £1m).

External works at St Mary’s Lodge will include the removal of the roof covering entirely, supply and installation of new breather membrane and reinstatement of coverings/defective slates as well as general repairs to the external fabric including render repairs, leadwork repairs, chimney repairs, timber window and doorset repairs and redecoration. Internal works include ceiling removal and installation and plastering.

St Mary’s Lodge in the north west corner of Greenwich Park  is Grade II listed and was built in 1807-8 for the park under-keeper to designs by John Nash. It now houses a cafe.

Meanwhile, our brief at The Old Police House in Hyde Park is to refurbish the reception area (including creating a new partition to form a new storage room, new floor finishes, new suspended ceiling with replacement services and full redecoration). Works also include decoration of the main entrance door and replacement floor finishes to adjoining circulation corridors as well as M&E works.

The Royal Parks have their own Police force and The Old Police House, a beautiful Queen Anne-styled building, dates back to 1902. It is still in daily use and it is also the headquarters of the Royal Parks’ Police.

More about TRP

TRP manages eight of London’s Royal Parks – St James’s Park, The Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, The Regent’s Park (& Primrose Hill), Greenwich Park, Richmond Park and Bushy Park. It is also responsible for several other areas including Brompton Cemetery, Victoria Tower Gardens.

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