Kenwood House


Kenwood House is an 18th century villa designed by Robert Adam, set within the parkland of Hampstead Heath. The property is managed by English Heritage and houses a collection of masterpieces by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Gainsbourgh and Turner.

Jura Consultants prepared a business plan for the project, to support their Round 2 submission for £3.9million to the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project received a successful Round 2 award in March 2012. The project sought to make significant repairs to the property, particularly to its roof, as well as improve the visitor experience and broaden the appeal of Kenwood House to a wider audience.