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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Berkeley Homes has won permission to breathe life into Roman House, a tired 1960s City office building, which will be converted into 90 apartments.
The Council’s City West Homes’ scheme at Dudley House in North Wharf Road, Paddington Basin, W2 has been given the green light.
A nine-storey block of apartments, designed for a site at 133-137 Fetter Lane, was approved as a suitable replacement for St Dunstan’s House, the 1980s office block currently on the site.
A heritage block on the corner of Bishopsgate and Liverpool Street is to get an oval top hat, after the planning committee approved a novel redevelopment designed by architects Blair Associates for Lord Sugar’s property company Amsprop.
Members have approved a redesign of Standard Life’s office scheme at St James’s House in King Street SW1.
Plans to redevelop a landmark building on the corner of Chancery Lane and Bream’s Buildings have been approved, providing a significant slug of new office floorspace on the western edge of the City.
Grosvenor’s joint application for the use of 8 Balderton Street, Mayfair W1, as a hotel with restaurateurs Jeremy King and Chris Corbin has been given the green light by members.
Members renewed approval for Premier Property Group’s office scheme at Plumtree Court, previously approved in February. It was back before committee following accusations from a neighbouring owner that they had not been correctly consulted.