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Inner Temple pushes ahead with multi-million pound redevelopment project

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Inn appoints Sir Robert McAlpine to oversee construction of new education and training centre

📸 Credit: Inner Temple

Plans to build a state of the art education and training facility at Inner Temple moved a step closer this week, the Inn confirming the appointment of construction giant Sir Robert McAlpine to oversee the ambitious multi-million pound project.

Dubbed by Inn bosses as ‘Project Pegasus’, the radical redevelopment features a new modern purpose-built education suite boasting a 120-seat auditorium, training rooms and breakout spaces. The project — which received planning approval in 2017 — also includes an overhaul of the Inn’s basement kitchen, re-allocation and refurbishment of staff offices and a new balcony offering “spectacular views” of Inner Temple’s gardens.

📸 Credit: Inner Temple

In a statement confirming Sir Robert McAlpine’s appointment as lead contractor, the Inn said the project “will refocus the use of the whole building and create a new fourth floor with a glazed roof light creating a bright and welcoming space.”

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Meanwhile, across London, another multi-million pound Inn-based building project is well underway. The new subterranean education suite at Lincoln’s Inn will feature a 150-plus seat lecture theatre and numerous breakout spaces. It is due to be completed later this year.

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10 Comments

Anonymous

Excellent

Cut out the for-profit BPTC providers and recycle practitioner’s rent in favour of scholarships funding places at these centres

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Anonymous

Because no Inn is complete without its own grand piano.

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Anonymous

Quite distasteful

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Anonymous

If that upsets you I have no idea how you made it this far on the internet.

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Anonymous

The grand piano is already there; it’s in the Parliament Chamber (which is the room depicted). There is another one in the Hall. If you ever go for a function there you are told not to place drinks on it, on pain of a certain and extremely unpleasant death.

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Tordenskjold

A real shame. More empire building and money making from the Inn at the cost of the library.

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Anonymous

RIP Inner Library

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Anonymous

Please can we have some Lord Harley bantZ?

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Anonymous

Shame for him that R v Ghosh has been overruled. Two years ago, he would probably have had a good chance of getting off the hook due to lack of subjective realisation that what he did was dishonest by the standards of reasonable people.

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Anonymous

The Lincoln’s Inn project was *due* to be completed in early 2018 at the latest. And the budget has seen an overrun of similar proportions to the completion date.

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