Description of Wells House
Wells House was a commercial building on the corner of 134-140 Oxford Street and 77-79 Wells Street in London W1. It was demolished in 2020 to make way for the new building.
Businesses in the building in 2014:
- Moss Bros
2019 March - Planning permission for the demolition of 134-140 Oxford Street and 77-84 Wells Street (Wells House) and the erection of a new building comprising basements, ground plus nine upper floors, with plant accommodation and Sui Generis (nightclub) at basement level 02; subterranean 'cycle centre' including cycle parking/changing rooms/drying rooms/lockers; part plant accommodation and part Class A1 (retail) at basement level 01; part Class A1 (retail) accommodation and part Class B1 (office) at ground floor level; part Class A1 (retail), part plant accommodation and part Class B1 (office) at first floor level; flexible Class A1 (retail) or Class B1 (office) at second floor; Class B1 (office) accommodation at third to seventh floors; part plant accommodation and part Class B1 (office) accommodation at eighth floor; Class B1 (office) accommodation at ninth floor; the creation of terraces on levels 6 to 8 and a rooftop terrace area at level 9 (all for use in association with office accommodation); photovoltaic panels on level 9 and the roof; and other associated works including short stay cycle parking spaces in Adam and Eve Court. Westminster Council ref. no. 18/03229/FULL. A development by The Prudential Assurance Company Limited.