29-43 Oxford Street
29-43 Oxford Street is a mixed-use development in London W1.
Buildings on site:
29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41 and 43 Oxford Street And 16, 17-19 Soho Square.
35 Oxford Street (1909) is Grade II listed.
Kings House is a mixed use building at 16 Soho Square in London W1.
The nearest tube station is Tottenham Court Road.
2019 January - Planning application for: Part demolition of Nos 29, 31, 33, 37, 39 Oxford Street behind retained facades and demolition 41 and 43 Oxford Street and 17-19 Soho Square and redevelopment of the site, including retention of 35 Oxford Street with alterations and alterations to the ground floor level and basement level of No. 16 Soho Square to provide a new building comprising 2 basement levels, ground and 6 upper floor levels plus a plant level and a level for a rooftop pavilion. Use of building for retail Class A1 at basement level 2, basement level 1, part ground floor level and part first floor level, cafe Class A3 at part ground floor level and part rooftop level. Flexible office or retail Class A1 or Class B1 at second floor level, office Class B1 at part first floor level, and third to sixth floor levels, and associated works including cycle storage and associated facilities at basement level 2 and the provision of a publically accessible roof garden and other works associated with the development. Element Capital Ltd on behalf of King Sloane Properties Ltd. Architect: AHMM. Planning Consultant: DP9. Westminster Council ref. no. 19/00514/FULL.
1. Westminster Council westminster.gov.uk
2. 35 Oxford Street List Entry Number: 1393504 historicengland.org.uk
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