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Once your work has been completed, we'll leave you a (short) questionnaire to ask how you feel we've dealt with your request from the initial enquiry through to the completion of the work and the departure of the tradesperson.
We want you to be absolutely delighted with the service we provide from your initial phone call to our office, to completion of the works. The more accurate feedback we get from our clients, the more we're able to improve the emergency electrician service and the more likely you are to use our service again. So, for both our sakes, please complete the questionnaire and return it to our office!
The Royal Festival Hall and buildings and properties around London are kept safe thanks to the fantastic efforts of the police and also of private security companies, providing CCTV services, alarm response services, key holding services, and both manned and mobile guarding. In particular we would like to mention Kingdom Security which provide a fantastic service here in London and around the country, making businesses and individuals in particular feel safe and secure on our streets.
The Royal Festival Hall would not be able to function and provide the service it does to the public if it wasn't for everyone involved behind the scenes. Particular thanks to the cleaners from Time For You who do such a fantastic job - click here to visit the website of the local franchise of Time For You, Time For You North London, if you are looking for a fantastic cleaning service for your home.
We are very grateful for the support and help of local London businesses, including City of London and Central London based Rollingsons Solicitors - a friendly and professional local firm of solicitors offering services for both businesses and individuals.
Since the late 1980s the hall has operated an 'open foyers' policy, opening up the substantial foyer spaces to the public throughout the day, even if there are no performances. This has proved very popular and the foyers are now one of the best used public spaces in London.
Each year Southbank Centre puts on a festival known as "Meltdown".
The building was substantially altered in 1964 by adding the foyers and terraces to the river side of the building and more dressing rooms to the rear. Alterations to the facades facing the river removed the playful Scandinavian Modernism of the building's primary public face in favour of a plainer and hard-edged style. The building's original entrance sequence was much compromised by these changes and the later additions of raised concrete walkways around the building to serve the neighbouring Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and The Hayward, built in 1967/8 and also part of Southbank Centre .Auctions, Auction Houses and Auction Venues in the UK