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Revisiting Holy Trinity Church, London

Built in 1896-98, Holy Trinity is a Grade II listed Anglican Church in London. Its spire, which rises 230 feet, is of Corsham stone, a fine-grained Bath Stone.

Externally, Holy Trinity presents the familiar appearance of a large church with Bath Stone dressings: nothing exceptional in London, except that it is not stained with soot and stands on the edge of one of the most beautiful heathlands in London. The adjoining greenery of Putney Heath makes an incomparable setting for this big pile of Bath Stone.

Our brief from the client was to include detailed elevations, sections and plans of the Church. Full of Architectural detail, this magnificent structure was drawn to Survey Base Level 3 (Heritage) standard to capture all the glory of this beautiful building. From the words of our technician “what a fabulous project to work on”.

For further information on our TopographicalMeasured Building Surveys and Scan to Revit (BIM) in London and the surrounding areas please contact jane.spencer@surveybase.co.uk.

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