Marble Hill Park & House Representation project

About The Project

English Heritage appointed vHH to work with J&L Gibbons Landscape Architects in 2015 to restore the attractiveness and viability of Marble Hill Park and House. The project aims to transform interpretation and understanding of the Grade I listed House and the listed Park’s heritage, provide better recreational facilities in the Park and attract a much wider range of audiences, thus increasing visitor numbers and revenue.

 Our Feasibility Proposals shows how the Grade II listed Stable Block can be refurbished and extended to provide high quality retail and catering facilities for the House and Park, and how a lift could best be accommodated in the House.

The Proposals were submitted to the Heritage Lottery Fund for Parks for People Funding and were granted a Round 1 pass in July 2016. In August 2017, a £4m grant to deliver Marble Hill Revived to restore and open Marble Hill House to the public for free was awarded to English Heritage. The project is due to go on site in early 2018. 

Data

Client

English Heritage

Value

Undisclosed

Area

TBC

Date

2016

Location

London

Our Role

Architect And Lead Consultant

Marble Hill Park & House Representation project