BuckleyGrayYeoman’s stylish refurbishment of an attractive former warehouse on the busy Southwark Brdige road provides characterful office space. The newly refurbished 1,500 sqm building, owned by Carpenter Road Properties Ltd. relocats the entrance and reception to create a new face to the building and replaces the services and finishes throughout the building. The refurbished building is SKA silver rated, demonstrating the sustainability of the projects. The facade to Southward Bridge Road has been modernised to signal the improvements to the interior. The dated glazing to the street and unsympathetic wall cladding have been repaced with a new clean design and dark grey cooured frames. A new industrial steel canopy with…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman have been awarded ‘One to Watch’ status in the Sunday Times Best Companies engagement survey 2018. The Sunday Times lists and accreditations are now recognised as the standard in workplace engagement. Every year The Sunday Times celebrate and showcase the very best in workplace engagement with their Best Companies to Work For list, the longest-running and most respected of its kind.

BuckleyGrayYeoman have been awarded the status as a result of good levels of workplace engagement.

 

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Eccleston Yards Completed

28 February 2018

BuckleyGrayYeoman have recently completed Eccleston Yards on behalf of Grosvenor. Eccleston Yards is a new hub for creative enterprise on the boundaries of Belgravia and Victoria. It will become a new destination for independent businesses and creative talent across 19 units of food, retail, co-working and wellbeing. It is already 80 percent let ahead of the launch this summer. Photographs of the scheme to follow…

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We are delighted to be shortlisted for the RICS awards with two projects. 25 Charterhouse Square in the London Regional Awards and Education First in the South East Regional Awards. The winners will be announced at the awards dinner on 9th May and 16th May.

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Herbal House Complete

18 January 2018

Herbal House is an exciting development in the heart of London’s creative district in Clerkenwell. An extensive process of refurbishment has turned the ten-storey building into lively and characterful office space and apartments. Herbal House was originally built in 1928 for the Daily Mirror, later becoming part of the campus of Central St Martins and the London College of Printing. Two new storeys house extra office space, roof terraces and six duplex apartments with private access via refurbished circulation cores on Herbal Hill and Back Hill, where a loading bay has been converted into a triple-height space. A new core has been introduced to connect the residential spaces with the offices below, which also allows the…

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