We have been granted Planning Permission for the redevelopment of 37-38 Golden Square in Soho,Central London.
The project consist of 15,000 sq.ft of restaurant and retail at ground floor and basement and 22 new spacious apartments over nine floors. The design involves the remodelling of five existing floors and the new build of the top four floors.
The top floor apartments have a series of terraces that overlook southwards towards the square and northwards towards Carnaby Street.
The site is located on the north side of Golden Square adjacent to the Listed Saatchi and Saatchi Building and fronts onto Upper St. James Street and the vibrant Beak Street.
Brimelow McSweeney Architects has enjoyed a period of sustained growth over the last four years, securing a strong position in central London's residential sector and the successful completion of the Leicester University?s Sports Centre. With further success on larger scale residential projects in Enfield, Mill Hill and Tower Hamlets and our selection for the Circle Anglia Framework, the practice has sought to strengthen it's operating structure.
David Sorrell, formerly a Director at one of the UK's leading commercial architectural companies has been promoted to Projects Director. David has a wealth of expertise in the mixed use environment particularly the residential, office and retail sectors and has been instrumental the success of BMc over the last four years.
Chris Dudley & Simon Horner both with proven track records of excellent project design and delivery have been promoted to the management team as Associate Directors.
Westminster City Council have granted Planning Approval for a new residential development on Bayswater Road overlooking Kensington Gardens and adjacent to Kensington Palace.
The scheme is the redevelopment of the Westland Hotel site on the Bayswater Road in central London into 15 new luxury apartments.
The project involves the partial facade retention of a Victorian brick building at No.6 Palace Court with a complete new build 8 storey building at No.154 Bayswater Road.
The site is in a highly sensitive location with views from both Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.
BMc have gained a Planning Approval from Westminster City Council for the redevelopment of 181-185 Wardour Street into a residential development above a large ground floor restaurant in the heart of Soho in central London.
The approval consists of the development of seven large apartments set over four floors and a restaurant at ground and basement levels.
The existing Victorian facade has been remodelled with a new roof extension facing onto Noel Street and two new terraces have been introduced at the rear on the fourth and fifth floors.
Camden Council have granted Planning Permission for the redevelopment of 44-46 Whitfield Street into a 11,000 sq.ft office development. The building is located in Fitzrovia in Central London and is within the Charlotte Street Conservation Area.
The development includes the demolition of the existing 1980's facade and the introduction of large bay windows in curtain wall glazing with bronzed feature cappings and art print spandrel panels.
The scheme also has a new roof extension with oversized dark metal tiles and sloping rooflights.
The rear of the building has been designed to create a series of roof terraces accessed from the top three floors of the office suites. The development is due to start in September 2014.
BMc have received Planning Permission from Westminster City Council for the redevelopment of a pair a Grade 2* Listed Buildings to create 10 luxury apartments.
The scheme is located between the Piazza and the Strand in the heart of Covent Garden.
The existing buildings were originally built in 1708 as apart of the 18th century development of Southampton Street and retain much of their original features including an elegant grand staircase.
The design proposals include the careful refurbishment and remodelling of the existing Grade 2* interior features to create large high quality apartments and the addition of a roof extension on No. 26 Southampton Street and creation of a large roof terrace for the penthouse apartment.