- St John's Waterloo, London
St John's Waterloo
Eric Parry Architects are currently engaged with the renovation of the Grade II listed St John’s Waterloo Church, London. The project is currently at RIBA Stage 4.
Eric Parry Architects have worked with key project stakeholders to develop a brief and responsive set of proposals that address the church’s key ambitions of inclusivity, creativity and openness to make the building fit for the 21st Century, balancing the daily life of the church with cultural and commercial activities within the main worship space and the crypt.
A positive approach to consultation during the development of proposals has fostered continued commitment to the project, as well as ensuring groups positively contribute to proposals. EPA have consulted with key community, statuary and local interest groups, including Historic England, Twentieth Century Society, Lambeth LBC and the Church Buildings Council.
The proposals will enable the parish to be transformed offering tangible public benefit for the church’s mission, service and needs of the wider community and partners. This is set in the context of the historic value of the church interior and its relevance to the Festival of Britain.
- Project name: St John's Waterloo
- Client: The Parish of St John with St Andrew Waterloo
- Location: London
- Services: Architecture, Interior Design
- Building Services Engineer: Skelly & Couch
- 3D Visualiser: INK