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Fletcher Crane wins green light for £500k hotel-to-homes conversion

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[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Fletcher Crane Architects has won planning to convert a building on London’s Borough High Street

The practice’s £500,000 scheme will see the building, which is currently used as a hotel, turned into flats with shops at the ground floor.

The 430m² project includes a two-storey zinc-clad extension at roof level giving views of Renzo Piano’s Stirling Prize-shortlisted Shard, while the rear of the building is being overclad at the rear with black brick.

The project is set to start on site in April 2015.

Project data

Client Libertarian Residential
Type of project mixed-use development with change of use
Contract value £500,000
Architect Fletcher Crane Architects
Planning consultant AKA Planning Consultants
Stage submitted for planning
Start on site April 2015
Duration 10 months
Procurement Traditional
Gross internal floor area 430m²
Specific environmental targets BREEAM Excellent for refurbishment

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