Saint Paul's Church in Clapham is a Grade II* listed building, which was constructed in 1815 as a simple brick preaching box. In 1875 Arthur Blomfield extended the east end. GQA are the inspecting architects for the building and in 2016 completed works to restore the Georgian lath and plaster ceiling after a partial collapse. We reinstated decorative detail, working with a tight budget and programme to get the church reopened for Christmas services.