Walter Lilly’s project portfolio ranges from the opulence of the finest listed buildings to cutting edge contemporary structures
Walter Lilly is acknowledged among clients the world over as London's premier residential construction company. We work on exclusive projects of every scope and scale, from splendid restorations of Grade I listed buildings through to architectural creations of dazzling modernity. Whether we are renovating a deluxe private residence in Eaton Square; re-building and landscaping a 40-acre grand country estate in the home counties; or refurbishing a four bedroom town house in Kennsington; these properties are in the safest possible hands. We understand how important luxury London homes are to our clients and we take this responsibility very seriously. Whatever the assignment, clients can be confident that they will be completed with meticulous attention to detail, backed by impeccable service and aftercare. As with all Walter Lilly projects, discretion and confidentiality are a given at all times. Explore a selection of our projects for an insight into the scope and diversity of our work in the prime residential sector.
Walter Lilly has worked on numerous landmark projects such as the renovation of Southwark Cathedral; the Palace of Westminster Courtyards; the Newport Street Gallery; and the 7 July Memorial in Hyde Park to the victims of the July 2005 London bombings. Whether we are converting and refurbishing a Grade II listed church; restoring a Grade I listed conservatory at Chiswick House; or refurbishing London's famous Café Royal; we are trusted to manage the projects with the utmost level of respect to the surroundings, and the wishes of the important parties involved (for example, English Heritage, the Crown Estate, or the representatives of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew). Viewed as a safe and trusted pair of hands, we have a huge amount of pride in playing a part in the history and future of the nation's important landmark buildings and monuments. Explore our projects for an insight into the scope and diversity of our work on landmark developments.
Science & Education
In 1976 Walter Lilly began a relationship with GSK, that has evolved into us becoming one of the key players in this sector when it comes to constructing, renovating and refurbishing science and educational facilities. Over the years we have worked on a large number of projects ranging from laboratory builds and refurbishments for key pharmaceutical companies to some of the nation's most prestigious universities, including the University of Oxford and Imperial College. We have built chemistry and biology laboratories for Eli Lilly; virology containment and other laboratory facilities for DEFRA; a Learning Resource Centre and a Food Store facility for Kingston University; and a Biosciences Innovation Centre for Queen Mary and Westfield College. We have the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to carry out all types of scientific and educational construction projects. Explore a selection of our projects for an insight into the scope and diversity of our work in the science and education sector.