BuckleyGrayYeoman will create a new hub for retailers, designers and makers at Eccleston Place, on behalf of Grosvenor Britain and Ireland. The scheme seeks to create a new…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has been selected as a finalist in the Architectural Practice of the Year category in the 2017 Building Awards.  The complete shortlist is available online here. Winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony on 7th November  2017.

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has received planning consent on behalf of Aitch Group in partnership with Mura Estates, for three residential blocks consisting of 78 units, located behind Woodgrange Road high street on Earlham Grove in the London Borough of Newham.Situated on a brownfield site, 140-150 Earlham Grove will consist of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, arranged over 6 storeys in blocks A and B and 5 storeys in block C. Comprising of 70,000 sq ft, the external façade of the development has been carefully considered in response to its surroundings. A robust architectural language of a deep brick façade punched with openings prevails with a material palette of brick, concrete banding and metalwork window frames and balcony balustrades….

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78 Chamber Street has been shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards in the new Offices 2,000-10,000sqm category. A short walk from both Tower Hill and Aldgate, the site is located in the heart of an up and coming area. BuckleyGrayYeoman carried out a reception, three level office space refurbishment and roof terrace extension at 78 Chamber Street for Derwent London. The refurbishment provides a new image for the building by bringing a touch of Shoreditch to the City, transforming a rear loading bay into a chic private reception space for Levels 4-6, and providing an edgier Chamber Street address. The office floors have been pared back to their…

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NLA Winner

10 July 2017

The Black and White building, located in Shoreditch, has won the NLA Awards – Unbuilt Offices Category. Designed to cater to the area’s renowned cluster of start-up businesses, Black and White 2 as the project is informally known, will provide purpose-built co-working space in one of the largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) buildings in London. The new building at 74 Rivington Street in Shoreditch will replace the existing Black and White Building, which has been operating as an Office Group location after being given a light-touch refurbishment by BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2013. As a new building designed with an eye on the former industrial conversions in the Shoreditch area, 74 Rivington Street will build on the success…

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