GQA were given the responsibility of maintaining St John the Divine. We helped install the Jagger Rood within the church and have previously worked to restore the spire to its former glory including replacing gargoyles. Another project was the restoration after the fire in 2001. The paintwork, tapestries and parquet were painstakingly restored after the fire.

    Described by Sir John Betjeman as 'The Cathedral of South London' it is a late masterpiece of G.E. Street, the eminent Victorian architect of the Law Courts and teacher of William Morris. The spire of this Grade I listed bulding, one of the tallest in London has undergone a comprehensive restoration funded by a major grant from English Heritage.