Description of 29-30 Buckingham Gate
29-30 Buckingham Gate is an office development in Victoria, London SW1.
On the south side of Buckingham Gate overlooking Wellington Barracks.
The existing building is stripped to the concrete frame. The new building will provide ca 18,708 sq ft of office space.
The building has a basement, ground and five upper floors with roof terraces at fourth-floor level.
2016 December - Planning permission for: Redevelopment of 30 Buckingham Gate (with retention of existing concrete frame) to provide a building of basement, ground and five upper floors with roof terraces at fourth floor level for continued office (Class B1) use; demolition and reconstruction behind a retained facade of 29 Buckingham Gate to provide a building of basement, ground and three upper floors for continued office (Class B1) use, in addition to a new fourth floor roof structure screening plant equipment behind; realignment of rear facade of 29 Buckingham Gate; lowering and extension to the basement to 29 Buckingham Gate; lateral connections between 29 and 30 Buckingham Gate to create a single office building (Class B1); creation of landscaped terraces at ground and first floor level to 29 Buckingham Gate; associated external works. Ref. no. 16/06745/FULL.
2015 December - works on site commence.
The new building is designed by Champman Waterworth.
30 Buckingham Gate was known as Cayzer House.
29 Buckingham Gate is a Victorian building.