Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster, London


During 2015 extensive refurbishment works were to be carried out on the building which required the removal of the existing pigeon proofing systems. The brief here was to replace on a ‘’like for like’’ basis.

Works carried out

50mm stone coloured pigeon netting was installed to decorative features at the top of the building to the front and rear. The net was held in place by a perimeter stainless steel wire frame.

The tensioned wire system was used to protect the other ledges on the building. Due to the depths of some of the areas to protect, multiple layers of wires were used to give full protection. (Over 2000 metres of wires were used on this project).

Where the posts could not be drilled into the stonework glue on bases were installed to hold the posts in place.