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Squire's Regent Street scheme gets green light

Squire and Partners has won planning permission for Chesham House, an office scheme in central London (pictured).

The project, at 132-154 Regent Street, involves demolition of the Grade II-listed Chesham House behind retained facades on Regent Street, Beak Street and Regent Place. It will also create a new facade to Warwick Street and a new fifth floor.

Squire and Partners said the new facade will 'draw together the whole building through the use of a single palette of materials. It will bring vitality and animation into Warwick Street.'

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