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Malt Cross Music Hall


WINNER of the National RICS ‘Community Benefit’ award for 2015
WINNER of the FBE East Midlands 2015 award in the ‘Regeneration / Refurbishment’ category

A £1.7m Heritage Lottery Funded expansion to transform two basement levels of Nottingham’s last saloon music hall, dating back to 1877, and a 13th century cave into a new heritage, music / recording studio, art gallery and crafts hub.

The alteration and refurbishment works to this Grade 2 Listed former Music Hall includes the sub-basement and basement of former Indian Restaurant areas to provide kitchen, equipment store, rehearsal studio, recording room, individual vocal room, toilets, meeting room, multi-functional heritage art and craft area and safe space, together with the provision of dumb waiter to serve ground floor from basement, provision of a lift to serve the lower floors, alterations to rear offices and conversion of current kitchen located on ground floor into an office, the general refurbishment and decoration works to café / bar area, complete refurbishment of existing toilet facilities to ground and first floor and removal of bar area on the first floor.

Architect: William Saunders Partnership

Project Manager: William Saunders Partnership

Contract Duration: 34 weeks

Total Contract Value: £1.7m

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