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Jewish Community Centre, London by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands’ plans for a 3,250m² Jewish Community Centre for Finchley Road, London has received planning permission

The JCC pavilion includes a library and cafe, auditorium, classrooms and screening room - as well as a nursery and administrative offices.

The architects said the scheme: ‘creates a new and activated space on Finchley Road, housing the centre’s many functions in an elegant three-storey linear pavilion set back from the road and overlooking the new landscaped piazza.

‘This generous contribution to the streetscape is central to the project, with the piazza working as an ‘external room’ to amenities on the ground floor and as a public space linking the centre’s activities to the street and the community beyond.‘

Project data

Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
Project manager: Davis Langdon
Planning consultant: DP9
QS: Gardiner & Theobolds
Services and sustainability engineer: Norman Disney Young
Structural engineer: Adams Kara Taylor
Transport engineer: Faber Maunsell
Acoustic engineer: Cole Jarman Associates
Environment engineer: Faber Maunsell/Aecom
Access consultant: All Clear

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