Our plans to renovate the Middlesex Guildhall for use as the Supreme Court have been developed by renowned conservation architects Feilden and Mawson. They will reverse recent interventions that have left the building feeling cluttered and gloomy. This will improve the look of original features such as the ornate ceilings and improve visitor access and orientation. The exterior will be cleaned, yet changed very little. The building's listed status will not be affected. Our plans will achieve the long-term conservation objective of securing the upkeep of an historic building by maintaining it in beneficial use, in a sustainable manner.