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John McAslan bags Sloane Street revamp job

John McAslan has won a project to masterplan the redevelopment of Sloane Street in Chelsea, south west London

The AJ100 practice has been commissioned by developer and land owner Cadogan Estates to complete an initial feasibility study and strategy for a 1 km stretch of Sloane Street and surrounding roads.

The high-profile studio will also work with urban design consultants Space Syntax to look at land use, street furniture, landscape and movement patterns, with a view to developing a new vision for the presitigious street.

Andy Harris, head of landscape design team at John McAslan + Partners said that he wanted to ‘develop a physically attractive and commercially effective public realm strategy’.

Hugh Seaborn, chief executive of Cadogan Estates described the project as ‘an exciting new chapter for Sloane Street’ and an opportunity to create a ‘more dynamic cityscape’ between Knightsbridge and Sloane Square.

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