Revamped building will also include co-working and events space
Plans to turn Fulham Town Hall into hotel and events space have been given the green light by local planners.
The scheme by east London practice Droo Architects will see a 90-room hotel built at the grade II-listed building (pictured) which dates back to 1888. Also planned is co-working, events, dining, and civic space.
Droo, which has previously worked on a revamp of Bethnal Green Town Hall, is carrying out the work with associate architect Name.
Other firms working on the scheme, which is understood to be worth around £16m, include heritage consultant Ignus Froemen, QS HRP Consultants and project manager Focalis. Client on the scheme is property firm Ziser which bought the building last year.
Work is due to finish by the middle of next year.