190 Piccadilly and 48-50 Jermyn Street is a proposed development in St James's, London SW1.
Great Portland Estates' plans include demolition of two existing buildings, 180 Piccadilly and 48/50 Jermyn Street. The proposals will bring forward a high-quality design 8-storey building with retail/restaurant/café/gym units on the ground floor.
The current buildings were constructed in the 1950s and 1960s following bomb damage sustained during the Second World War. The internal spaces and layouts are compromised, inflexible and do not meet the requirements of modern office occupiers. The buildings’ energy performance is also poor and the mechanical plant old and outdated.
2021 February - Planning application submitted for the demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment of the site to create a new building comprising basement, eight upper storeys and a roof top plant enclosure for office (Class E) and two ground floor retail/restaurant/café/gym units (Class E); and including roof terraces, basement plant and cycle parking facilities, roof level green wall, roof top plant, roof top photovoltaic panels, and other associated works. Westminster Council ref. no. 21/01138/FULL.
2020 September - Public exhibition webinar took place on 30th September 2020. Public exhibition website unveiled at 180piccadilly-consultation.co.uk.
52-53 Jermyn Street with Piccadilly Arcade to west
185 Piccadilly Fortnum & Mason building to the east across Duke Street.
Burlington House north across Piccadilly
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