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Indicative image of the proposed temporary House of Commons Chamber as viewed from the public gallery.

Indicative image of the proposed temporary House of Commons Chamber as viewed from the public gallery.

May 2019 AHMM northernestate.uk
Indicative image of the proposed temporary House of Commons Chamber.

Indicative image of the proposed temporary House of Commons Chamber.

May 2019 AHMM

The Northern Estate

Address:
Whitehall, London SW1A 2NL
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
2030
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Description of The Northern Estate

The redevelopment of The Northern Estate in London SW1.

The plans for the Northern Estate will create a temporary House of Commons Chamber and associated facilities, together with workspace for all 650 MPs and staff and public access and educational provision. This will enable the restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster and will deliver a transformed Parliamentary Estate for future generations.

The Northern Estate is a group of 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st century buildings, most of which are listed and of considerable heritage value, located next door to the Palace of Westminster and include:

- Richmond House - The new temporary House of Commons Chamber designed by AHMM will be used while Palace of Westminster is refurbished. AHMM is working with Lendlease, the construction consultant for the project, and conservation architect Feilden + Mawson;
- Laundry Road;
- Norman Shaw North and South;
- 53 Parliament Street;
- 1 Derby Gate;
- Commissioner’s Yard;
- 1 Canon Row;
- Canon Row;
- 2-3 Parliament Street;
- Portcullis House;
- 1 Parliament Street.

The wider masterplan for the Northern Estate site is being led by BDP.

Timeline

First public exhibition starts in May 2019 (you can submit feedback until 28th June 2019).

2020 - Construction work to begin on Northern Estate Programme (subject to planning approvals).

Mid-2020s - work to begin on the restoration and
renewal of the Palace of Westminster.

Early 2030s - Restoration and Renewal Programme of the Palace of Westminster is completed, enabling the functions of the House of Commons and House of Lords to move back.

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Public Exhibition

Public Exhibition to introduce proposals for The Northern Estate:

Thursday 30th May 2.30pm-8.30pm
Saturday 1st June 10am-4pm
Friday 7th June 2.30pm-8.30pm
Saturday 8th June 10am-4pm
Monday 10th June 2.30pm-8.30pm

Harvey Goodwin Suite, Church House Westminster, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, SW1P 3NZ.

You can send your feedback on these proposals by 28 June 2019 here: https://northernestate.uk/contact-us

09/05/2019 08:57 by Buildington

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