Category Archives: Mixed Use

BuckleyGrayYeoman has submitted a planning application to convert a former printworks and gin distillery in Clerkenwell into a new art-led creative hub on behalf of General Projects and Northern & Midland Holdings. The project for the building currently known as Laser House will create a landmark new gallery, Art House, alongside 78,000 sq ft of offices aimed at the creative industries and retail at 132-140 Goswell Road in Clerkenwell. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design proposes a dramatic re-imagination of the existing 1960’s building. The outdated office provision on the 0.2ha site at Laser house will provide modern offices and retail space, with activated street frontages along Pear Tree Lane and Goswell Road. When…

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The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has granted planning consent for a new mixed-use development at Dace Road in Hackney Wick, designed by BuckleyGrayYeoman on behalf of Aitch Group. The new development will replace outdated light-industrial sheds with four new mixed-use buildings arranged around a central courtyard, creating new public space and pedestrian routes at the south western gateway to Hackney Wick. The new buildings will be up to 6 storeys in height and contain more commercial floor area than the existing buildings provide, alongside 110 new homes. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design proposes three brick-built residential buildings with commercial uses on the ground floor, inspired by the converted warehouses…

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Fish Island project

14 October 2016

BuckleyGrayYeoman has submitted a planning application for a new mixed use development located on Fish Island, an area adjoining the eastern edge of the Olympic Park, part of the London Legacy Development planning area, on behalf of the Aitch Group.The proposal involves the creation of four new buildings, which in turn define & create new public spaces & cross site routes. One new building is a landmark commercial building, with the other three being residential flat buildings over ground floor commercial space. The commercial space is a mixture of light industrial workshops, showrooms & a café, with 110 residential units over, in a development of approximately 160,000 sq.ft and up to 5-6 storeys in height. Architecturally,…

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The Passage Completion

21 December 2015

Just around the corner from London’s Victoria Station lies a building complex which houses the Homelessness charity, The Passage. First constructed in 1863 as a girls’ orphanage and night school, the complex of buildings, including the later additions of a chapel, sisters’ accommodation and workrooms, has been renovated by BuckleyGrayYeoman to meet the ever increasing demands of providing adequate care for the homeless people of London.   The newly refurbished building enjoys much taller ceilings through the removal of a 1950’s mezzanine floor, allowing natural light to flood in from the new fully glazed Winter Garden and Canteen. The fully refurbished exterior walls now represent a building of quality including…

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The Bonded Warehouse

16 October 2015

On Thursday 15th October 2015, BuckleyGrayYeoman received planning permission for the refurbishment of the Bonded Warehouse in central Manchester on behalf of Allied London. The former 125,000 sq ft, 1860s industrial warehouse was previously occupied by Granada Television, the oldest operating purpose-built television studio in the UK. The proposed scheme will include six levels of office and retail space.   As part of Manchester’s St John Masterplan, the regeneration of the Bonded Warehouse will express the building’s rich industrial heritage. The original facades will be retained, and the majority of the key characteristics of the existing structure, including original timber doors, metal details and the Crittall…

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