Conservation and Renewal
Whitehall Museum, listed Grade II*, is a rare example of Tudor architecture on a domestic scale. Although originally built as a meeting house, for most of its life it has been a home at the heart of Cheam Village and was opened by the London Borough of Sutton as a museum in 1978. The council has recently been awarded a development grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to work towards submitting a Stage 2 application for a variety of improvements to the museum. Burrell Foley Fischer provided specialist conservation services for the project to Curl la Tourelle Head Architects.