The Sykes Heritage Projects team are thrilled to announce that we have been successful in securing an exciting restoration project at the Grade I listed Fulham Palace.

The Palace has sat at the heart of Fulham for thousands of years and was formerly the principal residence of the Bishop of London until 1973.

The Fulham Palace project began in the 2000s and is being carried out in three phases. The third phase of works, secured by Sykes will restore the iconic Tudor Quadrangle; refurbish key historic rooms including the Great Hall and improve access to, and enhance the Grade II* listed botanical gardens including the replanting of various historic plants.

Sykes have been appointed as the Principal Contractor for the main capital works, which will start to the north side of the Tudor Quadrangle at the end of February. Works are set to complete in May 2019.

A programme of activities and events will be available for the local community to get involved during the project, including hard hat tours, family fun days, lectures and talks, and archaeological digs.