All Souls Church
All Souls Church is a Grade I listed building situated in Langham Place in Marylebone, at the north end of Regent Street. Designed by architect John Nash, the church is directly opposite the BBC Broadcasting House. As well as the core church membership, many hundreds of visitors come to All Souls, bringing the average number of visitors that attend Sunday service to 2,500 every week.
In 2024, All Souls will be 200 years old. Those worshipping here today are still benefitting from the stewardship and care of previous generations. To make sure All Souls would continue to be an active church for the next generations of worshippers, Quinn London were appointed to undertake significant restoration work to the external facade of the church.
Works began in May 2022, the project focused on the building’s exterior and included the external restoration of the building, which required a full scaffold reaching to the top of the spire. We renewed roof coverings which were leaking and beyond repair, restored worn and uneven front steps as well as further restoration to stonework, windows, doors and railings. The current water supply system was replaced with a new Thames Water system, and we renewed the lighting around the spire and portico, installing state of the art exterior lighting. The spire now has ability to light up in any colour to suit the seasons and festivities.
On Saturday 13 May 2023, the All Souls Langham Place 2024 exterior building project was officially completed. We have successfully undertaken essential restoration works on the exterior of the building. We are delighted that the building can be enjoyed by the public in many years to come.
- Grade I listed
All Souls Church