Category Archives: Mixed Use

Our Eccleston Yards project has been named as a 2020 Civic Trust Awards Regional Finalist.   The project, on behalf of Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, redevelops a previously derelict and under-utilised car park between Victoria and Belgravia to create an energetic co-working hub for visitors and creative talent that champions the reuse of existing buildings in London. Since opening in 2018, the scheme provides workspace, studios and retail units tailored to independent businesses, entrepreneurs and creative talent.   BuckleyGrayYeoman was commissioned to design the redevelopment of Eccleston Yards, the mixed-use creative hub to the south…

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Renovation on behalf of Grosvenor Britain & Ireland will breathe new life into a former industrial building adjacent to its hub for independent businesses, entrepreneurs and creative talent – Eccleston Yards – located on the boundaries of Victoria and Belgravia. Planners in the City of Westminster have granted planning consent for the renovation of a former ice factory at 27 Eccleston Place, Belgravia. 27 Eccleston Place was built in 1830 as an ice factory and in its near 200-year history has been adapted as a coachworks, a power station and most recently a garage. It sits within the Belgravia Conservation Area and in close proximity to rows of Grade II-listed Regency and Victorian houses. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has been granted planning permission for the major refurbishment of a 70,000 sq ft  mixed-use space on behalf of Shaftesbury PLC.   72 Broadwick St forms a major urban block on the junction of Carnaby and Broadwick St and will continue to offer a range of uses including offices, restaurants, a gym, retail and residential apartments after extensive renovation.   The consented proposal for the six storeys plus basement of 72 Broadwick Street retains the complex mix of uses housed within the building, including ground floor retail and restaurants, offices, a 3000 sq m gym and residential apartments on the upper storeys. At ground level the new building has significant retail frontage facing onto…

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Exporting Shoreditch

29 January 2019

  BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed its first project in Barcelona: Tanger 66, on behalf of UK and European Investments and Urban Input. Located in the 22@ innovation district in Poblenou, a former industrial area that is the subject of one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects, Tanger 66 has repurposed a mid-century industrial building to create 80,000sqft of workspace. The building was snapped up in its entirety by Hewlett Packard, which pre-let the building ahead of completion. BuckleyGrayYeoman has also just won a competition for a second project in the city against a contingent of Spanish Architects. The company…

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18 Wells Street

23 October 2018

BuckleyGrayYeoman have demolished a four-storey 1960s office building and replaced it with a six-storey building, with a retail unit on the ground and lower ground floor, divided into four floors of office space and one duplex penthouse. Each office floor has its own private balcony to the rear and secure bicycle parking on the ground floor. The façade is elegant and contemporary, clad in light brick laid with varying orientations and bonds to articulate the façade. Reconstituted stone lintels span the window bays adding further visual interest. On the ground floor, green glazed bricks have provided a hardwearing finish that differentiates the use of the shop. Aluminium framed full-height windows with Juliette balconies…

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