The oldest and most exclusive gentleman’s club in London, White’s Club – located on St James’s Street – is a British institution that has been frequented by Prime Ministers and royalty since it was founded in 1693.


37-38 St James's Pl, St James's, London SW1A 1NS


Grade I Listed building


Portland Stone

Surface area

300 sq. m.

Project duration

1 day cleaning, 15 days total project

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The historic Grade I Listed façade of the White’s Club, made primarily of Portland stone, received a scaffold-free clean by façade gommage® in just one day.

Following the clean, Thomann-Hanry®’s Restoration team refurbished and redecorated the windows and other external timber from MEWPs.

The Thomann-Hanry® stonemasons carried out localised repairs across the façade. Metal railings were redecorated as well as the façade’s lower levels, which are made from painted rusticated blocks. The balcony asphalt and lead work were replaced, and lime render was used to restore plinths and piers across the front of the building.

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