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Fletcher Priest scoops planning for Paddington redevelopment

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[First look + plans + project data] Fletcher Priest Architects has won planning permission for a £60 million project to redevelop a Royal Mail site in Paddington, west London

Retaining a 1908 façade, the 25,000m² scheme features offices, apartments,  shops, restaurants and public realm improvements.

The immediate future of the project is however uncertain with Crossrail in talks about potentially buying the site to construct a passenger subway.

 

Project data

Architects:Fletcher Priest Architects
Location: Paddington
Type Of Project: Re-development
Structural Engineers: Waterman Structures
Client:Royal Mail Group
Construction Manager: MACE
Development Consultant: Stanhope
Project Manager: M3 Consulting
Property Advisors: BNP Paribas Real Estates, Jones Lang LaSalle
Transport Architect: City Architecture Office
Services Consultant: Troup Bywaters & Anders
Fire Strategy Consultant: Exova Warrington Fire
Transport Consultant: Arup
Planning Consultant: DP9
Gross internal floor area: 25,000sqm
Current construction cost: £60 million
Annual co2 emissions: tbc

 

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