Morrow + Lorraine has revealed plans for a major revamp of a late-1980s Peter Foggo-designed building near Victoria Station in central London
The practice is behind the overhaul of 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road for developer GAW Capital.
The building was designed by former Arup partner Foggo in outline in 1983 and built over the platforms of the station between 1988-1991.
Morrow + Lorraine secured an earlier planning consent for a revamp of the building six years ago but the scheme never got built.
The latest plans, approved by Westminster Council, will include a 2.5-storey roof extension to house offices, while ground-floor retail units will be enlarged.
Changes will be made to Central Square at the heart of the development and new bus facilities will be created on Bulleid Way.
Colonnade Walk, which is currently covered, will be opened up to provide ‘a bright and welcoming area’ according to GAW.
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