Bootle and Southport Town Halls made cleaner and greener
A project to refurbish and carry out decarbonisation works at Bootle and Southport Town Halls has recently been completed. BTP were appointed as conservation architects by Sefton Council to improve the energy efficiency of the two Grade II listed town halls, whilst ensuring the heritage of the buildings were maintained and protected.
Working with specialist heritage contractor Trinity Renovations, the works included improving the glazing and roof insulation in both buildings. As part of the project a large stained-glass window in Bootle Ballroom was repaired, re-leaded and reframed with secondary glazing for the continued enjoyment of future generations.
The project was funded by the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS). This is a Government scheme initiated by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero and delivered by Salix Finance. It forms part of Sefton Council’s ambitions to reduce its carbon footprint and achieve its goal of Net Zero Carbon by 2030.
Adrian Pearson, senior conservation architect at BTP said 'It is wonderful to see these beautiful town halls which are central to the Sefton community being made more energy efficient, whilst preserving their historic features."
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