Woodberry Wetlands and new Coal House Cafe opens to the public for the first time in 200 years

August 10, 2016

After 200 years the refurbished Woodberry Wetlands near Finsbury Park has opened to the public. The centrepiece of the new nature reserve run by the London Wildlife Trust is the new café is based in the old Coal House. The refurbishment of the coal house and public access work to the reservoir was carried out Bolt & Heeks and official opened by Sir David Attenborough on the 30th April. The scheme was designed by kaner olette Architects and has been submitted by Allen Scott for a 2016 Landscape Institute Award.
 

Architectural photo of the Coal House Café at Woodberry Wetlands Coal House Café East Elevation View east from the roof of the Coal House Café at Woodberry WetlandsRoof Terrace View of the Coal House Café serving counter all manufactured from reclaimed timber Coal House Café Interior View west across the Woodberry Wetlands reservoir with the new Coal House Café in the background Visitor Seating Area Woodberry Wetlands
 


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