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The Great Hall and the Main Gate to Lincoln's Inn, view to the building from the junction of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Serle Street.

The Great Hall and the Main Gate to Lincoln's Inn, view to the building from the junction of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Serle Street.

19.10.2011
The Great Hall, view to the building from Lincoln's Inn Fields

The Great Hall, view to the building from Lincoln's Inn Fields

19.10.2011
The wood louvre with a large weather-vane rising from the ridge of roof at the Great Hall in Lincoln's Inn, London WC2.

The wood louvre with a large weather-vane rising from the ridge of roof at the Great Hall in Lincoln's Inn, London WC2.

19.10.2011
The Great Hall and the Main Gate - view from the corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Newman's Row.

The Great Hall and the Main Gate - view from the corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Newman's Row.

5.10.2013
The Great Hall in 2014

The Great Hall in 2014

27. October 2014

Great Hall

Address:
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
1845
Venues:
1
Viewed:
296

Description of Great Hall

The Great Hall, also known as the New Hall, is a Grade II listed building in Lincoln's Inn, London WC2.

The Tudor style building contains a banqueting hall and offices.

Designed by Philip Hardwick with PC Hardwick & John Loughborough Pearson.

The foundation stone was laid on the 20th of April 1843 by the RT. Hon, Sir J. L. Knight Bruce, Vice-Chancellor and Treasurer to the Society of Lincoln's Inn.

The building is situated on the left of the Main Gate to Lincoln's Inn at the southeast corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields, at the junction of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Serle Street.

2016 July - Summer 2018 Major refurbishment works to the Great Hall and Library.

The nearest tube station is Holborn.

References:
1. Lincoln's Inn, its ancient and modern buildings; with an account of the Library By William Holden SPILSBURY

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News & Comments: (3)

Buildington
2017/11/07 11:10

November update from the development at Great Hall -
The important levelling of the floor, through machining off high areas of existing screed, and infilling of low areas, to leave a level floor for the kitchen equipment has been completed.
The ceiling void has a high density of Mechanical & Electrical services nearing completion. In the service yard, the new sub-station is nearing completion, and new services are to be laid. The MCR terrace has been taken up in preparation of laying the new waterproof layer, after which the York stone pavings will be replaced.

Read more from lincolnsinndevelopment.co.uk.

Buildington
2017/10/09 12:18

October 2017 update of the Great Hall refurbishment: The penultimate layer of latex for the basement flooring in the Great Hall has been completed. The final floor covering will be applied next month. The basement walls are now available for the wall covering installation to begin. Electrical services installation has continued at all levels in the Great Hall, and will continue over the next few weeks.

Via lincolnsinndevelopment.co.uk

Buildington
2017/08/02 09:39

The progress report of the refurbishment works in July 2017 at
Great Hall -

Structural work continued in the South Vestibule and existing basement. Mechanical and electrical services installation continued in all levels, including ground source heat pump pipework within the existing plant room area.

Replacement timber wall-panelling has been installed where necessary. Water proofing and dry lining of walls in the basement continues. Construction of the lift pit for the new goods-in lift has progressed and, lifting of stone on the southern terrace is nearly complete.

To find out more about the works taking place at Lincoln's Inn please visit lincolnsinndevelopment.co.uk.

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