Hall and Ensom

National Horseracing Museum Project

Newmarket main

PROJECT OVERVIEW

  • Condition Survey of semi-derelict buildings
  • To be restored and used as a Museum
 

Hall and Ensom recently carried out a detailed condition survey of some semi-derelict buildings that are going to be restored to become the new home of the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket. It will also house galleries for the collections of the British Sporting Art Trust, and the Rothschild Yard will be restored as the home of the Retraining of Racehorses Charity.

The buildings have been empty since 1989, after a fire in one part of the site, but luckily they were re-roofed at this time, which has helped them remain in reasonably good order. The buildings are soon to be converted to museum use and our survey report will assist the client and architect in this task.

Further details of the project can be found on the National Horseracing Museum's website.