Another decorative scaffolding wrap from the building wrap specialist.

Another decorative scaffolding wrap from the building wrap specialist Project Print Management.

Decorative wrap on scaffolding


This decorative scaffold wrap we produce for The Mansion at Leatherhead in Surrey covering the entirety of the main rear of the building. The print was a replica image 1.1 scale, depict the detail of the building behind. This decorative scaffolding wrap was installed to hide the scaffolding structure whilst the building is having the roof renovated which will take 9 months.  The Grade 2 listed building is Leatherhead’s Register Office and Library. As weddings are performed at The Mansion, ensuring the building is keep as attractive as possible is important to the venue and to the wedding parties.

An added challenge was to work around the tree which has a TPO (Tree Preservation Order) on. The scaffold contractor installed the sub-frame to our specifications which had to take in consideration the important tree.

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The decorative scaffolding wrap

Measuring 10m high x 27m wide was digitally printed on PVC mesh and wrapped around the scaffolding sub-frame.

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Decorative scaffolding wrap
Before Decorative Scaffold wrap

History of The Mansion

The first house was built during the reign of Henry VIII and thought to have been rebuilt in 1710 by Alexander Akehurst. Some of its many occupants have been, a Royal Falconer, a Lord Lieutenant of Surrey and, during a period of notoriety, Lord Jeffreys who became known as the ‘Hanging Judge’ after the Monmouth Rebellion.

As well as being a private home, it has also been used as a school, a billet for Canadian troops during World War II and latterly by Surrey County Council to house the library and other council services.

In May 2000 the ground floor rooms were restored to their former glory to become the Register Office.