318 Oxford Street (House of Fraser)

Marylebone W1C
E
Commercial development

Key Details

Address
308-318 Oxford Street, London W1C 1HF
Buildings
1
Use Classes
E

Overview

318 Oxford Street is the former House of Fraser department store building in London W1.

Work has started on the extension and redevelopment to provide a new destination with retail, offices, rooftop restaurants and gym.

History

Built in 1937, the building was originally occupied by DH Evans.

2020 February - Planning permission granted for 18/10897/FULL.
2018 December - Planning application submitted for the use of part basement, part ground, part first, part second, part third, fourth, fifth, sixth and part seventh floors as office use (Class B1) (including waste storage and cycle parking at ground and basement floors levels). Use of part ground and part basement as a gymnasium (Class D2). Use of part ground and part seventh floor as a restaurant (Class A3). Alterations at roof level including new louvred screen to plant and increase in height to the lift overrun. Westminster Council Ref. no. 18/10897/FULL.

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Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Bond Street Underground StationCentral, Jubilee
BUS
New Bond Street - 1 min. walking / 23 metres139, 159, 94, N113, 7, 98, N207, N7, N98

Team

Company
Type
Year
Architect
Project Manager
2021
DP9
Planning Consultant
- 2021
Communication
- 2021
Structural Engineer
Services Engineer
Transport Consultant
Security Consultant

Timeline

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Disclaimer

Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.