In the past we have carried out conservation of the following London statues and memorials for the DCMS (these statues are now cared for by English Heritage):
Above left to right: Captain Scott, Waterloo Place; the lions and fountains in Trafalgar Square, the Quadriga on the Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner
Above left to right: William III, St James’s Square; the Duke of Kent, Park Crescent Gardens; the Carabiniers Memorial, Chelsea Embankment; Charles I, Whitehall.
Above left to right: The bronze gates of Marble Arch; the Machine Gun Corps Memorial, Hyde Park Corner; Crimea Memorial (Guards Monument) and the associated statues, Waterloo Place; Edward VII, Waterloo Place.
Above left to right: Survey of 47 public sculptures in central London cared for by English Heritage; consultancy on Nelson’s Column, Trafalgar Square; consultancy on The Albert Memorial.