Suspended fibrous plaster ceiling survey at Tottenham Town Hall

image of moselle hall ceiling

Tottenham Town Hall is a Grade II listed building from the Edwardian period. It was built in 1905. Now beautifully renovated and modernised to comply with current regulations, the venue is perfect for hosting a wide variety of corporate, private and social events. The building is operated by Lee Valley Estates, a community focussed regeneration company, asset manager and landlord.

Artisan Plastercraft was recently asked to undertake a suspended fibrous plaster ceiling survey of the Moselle Hall, a large room with baroque style details that makes a wonderful backdrop for wedding receptions, dinners and parties. It is named after the River Moselle which flows through the area.

image of tottenham town hall moselle hall
Image by Steve Cadman

Our experienced surveyor completed a survey of the vaulted ornamental plaster ceiling and voids, and following this some maintenance and redecoration was undertaken by our craftsmen to assure the long-term integrity of the ceiling.

image of ceiling void   image of moselle hall ceiling

As you can see from the picture above, the ceiling is a major part of the aesthetic and we are delighted to have assisted in its preservation.

Read more information on the importance of suspended fibrous plaster ceiling surveys.

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