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EPR submits Hoxton Hotel scheme for Waterloo


[FIRST LOOK + PLANS] EPR Architects has submitted a planning application for this Hoxton Hotel scheme opposite the Old Vic theatre at Waterloo, London

The 142-bed boutique scheme features a Grade II listed former fire station, linked to the new building with a glass bridge.

The listed building will feature restaurants and bars on the ground level and the new building will house the bedrooms and 6 meeting rooms.

A small gated road which crosses the site, Pear Place, will be landscaped and opened for public use.


Project Team


Client: The Hoxton Hotel
Architect: EPR Architects
Planning Consultant: Savills
Historic Building Consultant: Stephen Gray of Weldon Walshe
Structure: Price & Myers
M&E Engineering & Sustainability: Elementa Consulting
Traffic & Environmental: Stilwell Partnership
Visualisation: The Visualiser


Readers' comments (2)

  • Just gruesome. If this scheme gets planning permission I will be setting up a permanent protest camp outside. Firstly, the architectural merit of this scheme is null. The building looks like a brutalist 1980's university hall of residence. Secondly, do we really need another 142 bed 'boutique' hotel, in an area which is noted for it's local vibrancy. This proposal will kill Lower Marsh and The Cut.

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  • corporate, corporate, corporate. there goes the location.

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