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Buckley Gray Yeoman unveils Deptford warehouse conversion

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] Buckley Gray Yeoman has submitted plans for a retail and residential ‘refurb-extension’ of an existing brick warehouse in Deptford, south London

The scheme features the refurbishment of the building’s existing three floors as well as a top-floor extension.

Featuring a central atrium, the 10,000m2 scheme’s 84 walkway-connected flats will occupy the top floors while office, retail and leisure uses are planned for its base.

Martin Pearce, the project architect explained: ‘As one of few remaining examples of warehouse architecture in the local area, the proposal looks to provide a sensitive extension that sits comfortably with the existing building.

‘Externally the proposal seeks to refurbish and enhance the existing building and offer a new build extension that acknowledges the rhythms, proportions and material palette of the existing architecture to provide a high quality residential development.’


Project data

Building area: 10,000 m2
Client: Aitch Group
Architect: BuckleyGrayYeoman
Project Architect: Martin Pearce
Value: unknown
Funding: Private
Contract stage: Pre-Tender

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