The Inner Temple vision for this vital redevelopment is to create attractive, flexible space with state-of-the-art facilities.
The revitalisation of the Inn will secure the long term future of the Inn and ensure members and the people who use the Inn have the services and facilities to create a vibrant legal profession.
(Proposed south facing elevation showing the mansard roof extending across the Hall and Treasury with dormer windows to rooms behind.)
The proposals extend through the whole of the Treasury Building.
Project Pegasus is seen by the Inn as a unique opportunity to provide accommodation, which will support the activities of the Bar for generations to come. This will be achieved by the following:
• The creation of a high quality Education and Training Centre for students and barristers which combines an auditorium, training rooms and associated break out space within the third and fourth floors of the extended building.
• Improvements to the basement kitchen and staff areas and inclusion of additional serveries to support increased catering activity in the building.
• Re-allocation and refurbishment of offices within the Treasury and which relate to the core functions of the building; education and training, library, catering and the Treasury itself.
• Extension and enhancements to circulation including access stairs, escape stairs, lifts, WCs and support areas.
• Enhanced environmental, mechanical and electrical installations to improve building performance and meet the requirements of contemporary, high quality education space.
• Improved storage.
• Maintenance of existing services within the Bench Apartments and the lower level of the library, albeit with inevitable alterations being necessary to the latter space.
• Completion of Sir Hubert Worthington’s original design.
(Proposed north facing elevation showing the mansard roof extending across the Hall and Treasury and the new lift shaft and escape stair.)