Earlham Hall, Norfolk

rhp's recent refurbishments and repairs of Earlham Hall in Norwich for the University of East Anglia’s school of law is to be featured in an article and on the front cover of the latest issue of the CIAT's quarterly publication, AT - Architectural Technology.

Earlham Hall is a Grade ll* listed building standing in parkland to the west of Norwich.

Deemed to be of national and social significance as an historical building, it was in need of refurbishment to make it functional, structurally sound and to bring it in line with 21st century standards.

Work commenced in June 2012 and the refurbishment work was completed in March 2013. The school of law moved into the building in March 2014.

Feedback has been very positive and the building has been restored in a sympathetic manner that maintains the building's historic integrity, whilst ensuring it will be around, and in use for many years to come.

Earlham Hall, Norfolk
Earlham Hall, Norfolk