MCP has been instructed to administer the reconstruction of an unsafe boundary wall extending along Quaker Lane in Isleworth, as part of our ongoing relationship with the Quaker Property Trust.
The wall forms part of the Brentford and Isleworth Quaker Meeting House which was built in 1785 with later additions and is now a Grade II* listed building.
The Brentford and Isleworth Quaker Meeting House is one of the oldest purpose-built Quaker meeting houses in London and embodies the modest simplicity of Quaker meeting houses. The main meeting room is little different from the way it was in 1785 though other parts of the complex suffered bomb damage during the second world war.
Just behind the wall there is a burial ground which, along with the meeting house and the boundary walls, forms the listing.
If you own a listed building and propose to make any changes, contact MCP and we can advise.