GQA led the Conservation Plan and application for HLF funding for the Museum of Immigration and Diversity. The Museum is in a Grade II listed building built in 1719 by Samuel Worrall, an important Spitalfields’ craftsman. The house, synagogue and area’s connection with the immigrant community is keenly documented. Due to the fragility of the building, the museum only opens for a few days each year and is on the 'Buildings at Risk Register'.