[Requests to participate due 15 July] London’s iconic Alexandra Palace is seeking an architect to deliver the first two phases of its Terry Farrell and Partners-masterplanned regeneration
The Heritage Lottery Fun-backed programme to transform the Grade II-listed building includes a £720,000 first phase followed by a £1,780,000 second phase.
Tender bids for the first two phases should include conservation architect services.
Requests to participate are due 15 July through the dedicated page. The project is expected to start on site in December and complete in early 2017.
Designed by architect John Johnson with civil engineer Alfred Meeson, the Italianate building opened as a recreation, education and entertainment venue in 1873.
Farrell’s plans for the iconic hilltop structure include restoration of the Victorian theatre, a new hotel and the opening up of Ally Pally’s BBC television studios.