Scheme is at grade I listed structure on Marylebone Road

Heritage specialist Caroe Architecture has won an £8.5 million scheme to carry out work at a grade I listed church in central London.

St Marylebone Parish Church dates from 1814 to a design by Thomas Hardwick and underwent a revamp in the 1980s and 90s with the addition of a medical centre.

The latest work involves adding a new pavilion entrance, opening onto the public gardens and enlarging the crypt to the east side. The plans also include a new cafe.

The scheme is being bankrolled by lottery money and other members of the team include engineer Alan Baxter Associates and landscape firm Robert Myers Associates.


St Marylebone Parish Church

A new café is included in the work