Monthly Archives: February 2016

ISBA Conference

12 February 2016

BuckleyGrayYeoman gave three talks at the 2016 ISBA Estates Management Conference, which took place on the 10th of February at the BMA House, London. This year’s conference focused on the key issues that school’s face when managing their estates. The event gathered around 200 people from the Education sector. Paul White kicked off the conference with his opening speech looking at the ‘Benefits of a Master Plan’. Laura O’Hagan’s speech focused on the importance of creating a good design for each project, while Andrew Henriques explained the opportunities and constraints when it comes to adapting existing buildings. You can download their presentations using the links below:   Paul White:

read more »

Yalding House Completion

12 February 2016

BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed the 2,510 sq m refurbishment of Yalding House in Fitzrovia on behalf of British Land. The refurbished building will provide stylish office space as well as a restaurant unit on the ground floor and basement. For over 60 years, from 1952 to 2013, Yalding House was the home to BBC Radio’s Music Department, housing Radio 3 and Radio 1, as well as the BBC Central Music Library. The comprehensive refurbishment of the 1930s office building inserts a new core into a redundant lightwell to modernise the circulation and facilities of the building. On the office floors, the accretions of decades of use and ad-hoc modification were stripped away and brickwork and structural elements revealed to create…

read more »

We are pleased to announce that C-Space has been shortlisted in the 2016 BCO Awards and the 2016 RICS Awards for the London and South-East Region. The 62,000 sqft commercial workspace was recently completed for client Helical Bar Plc.

read more »

New Management Photoshoot

10 February 2016

BuckleyGrayYeoman asked Daniel Stier to come back to shoot the management team and the support team. The shoot happened on the roof top of the Truman Brewery, overviewing the City.

 

read more »