Old Sessions House was built as a public gathering place, and today this Grade II* listed building is being re-imagined as an all-day destination.
In its day, Middlesex Sessions House had a reputation for being one of the harshest courthouses in the country. Justice meant punishment and sentences were notoriously severe.
This listed building underwent a total refurbishment, including the external restoration of the numerous windows and doors and the stone surrounds. Once the restoration was complete we installed a specialist sealant to create a weather seal between the stone and timber frames.