Nationwide Hazardous Management

Royal Star and Garter London

The Royal Star and Garter Home in Richmond, London was built between 1921 and 1924 to provide accommodation and nursing facilities for 180 seriously injured servicemen. In 1948 residents of the home took part in a forerunner of the Paralympic Games, the first national athletic event for disabled athletes.

This grade II listed building was sold for £50m to London Square to create 86 new apartments in a mix of between one and six bedrooms.

To facilitate this, we were commissioned by O’Keefe Construction to remove asbestos from the building mainly in the form of asbestos insulation board to risers, stairwells and corridors throughout the property.


O’Keefe Construction

Services delivered:

Asbestos Removal


Richmond, London