Forty Hall Estate consists of a number of key elements: Forty Hall; the grounds including a walled garden and wider parkland; Forty Hall Farm; an organic vineyard; café and banqueting suite. Forty Hall Estate is a key heritage and cultural resource within the Borough of Enfield. Forty Hall is an impressive Grade I listed heritage and cultural attraction which was built for Sir Nicholas Rainton between 1629 and 1632. The overall Estate incorporates approximately 273 acres of grounds, is ‘intact’ and is of national significance with history dating back over 600 years.
Based on a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund, PSC was commissioned to review the current business model for Forty Hall. In collaboration with the Forty Hall team, our work included an assessment of the current operation, market review along with ongoing consultation with staff, officers, volunteers and other stakeholders. We identified and evaluated new revenue generating opportunities. Our work provided a costed development action plan and the for the lead options supporting financial models were prepared. The work was funded by the Cultural Recovery Fund. To find out more about Forty Hall Estate please visit the website here.
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