Client: The Portman Estate
Project cost: £40 million
Services: Principal Designer and CDM Advisor
Marble Arch House and adjoining properties are to be redeveloped into a new building comprising of approximately 6,000 square metres high quality office space together with 1,500 square metres of the all-important shopping space to catch the retail footfall of what is one of the prime areas of London.
Next door to the high quality new office building, a further ten luxury apartments will be built behind the retained period Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street, with a substantial 500 square metre restaurant at ground level.
We acted as CDMC for the design and planning stages including the demolition stages of the redevelopment and continue to be retained by Portman Estate for the development of the existing buildings and restaurant phase at 7-9 Seymour Place .
The works consisted of the asbestos removal, soft strip and demolition of Marble Arch House (32-50 Edgware Road and 66-68 Seymour Street) to ground floor slab; partial demolition of 62-64 Seymour Street and asbestos removal, soft strip and demolition of 12-13 Hampden Gurney Street and rear of 5 Seymour Place.