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5 Audley Square development site in Mayfair, London.

5 Audley Square development site in Mayfair, London.

October 2011
5 Audley Square car park in October 2011.

5 Audley Square car park in October 2011.

October 2011
Audley Square Garage. This garage was erected by the Westminster City Council and was opened for public use on the 8th October 1962.

Audley Square Garage. This garage was erected by the Westminster City Council and was opened for public use on the 8th October 1962.

May 6, 2013
Proposed view of 5 Audley Square by MSMR architects.

Proposed view of 5 Audley Square by MSMR architects.

Image: www.audleysquareredevelopmentmayfair.com 2015
Audley Square House development considerate constructors scheme banner on site in July 2017

Audley Square House development considerate constructors scheme banner on site in July 2017

7.7.2017
View to Audley Square development from Wayerton Street and Hill Street in summer 2017.

View to Audley Square development from Wayerton Street and Hill Street in summer 2017.

7.7.2017

Audley Square House

Address:
5 Audley Square, London W1K 1DS
Type:
Residential
Completion:
Forthcoming
Flats:
24
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7589

Description of Audley Square House

Audley Square House at 5 Audley Square is a residential development in Mayfair, London W1.

New Apartments and Townhouses For Sale
The development will comprise 5 townhouses, 3 penthouses, a mews home and 21 flats.

Prices
The prices are yet to be publicly announced.

History
2016 March Planning permission granted for the demolition of existing buildings (with the exception of 4 Red Lion Yard which is to be retained with external alterations) and the erection of new building of eight/nine storeys (plus lower ground floor and four basement levels) to provide 30 residential units with swimming pool and gymnasium, creation of roof terraces, car parking and cycle parking; vehicular access from Waverton Street; hard and soft landscaping; and plant at roof level.
Ref no: 15/02197/FULL

2012 Phones 4U founder John Cauldwell bought the site for £155 million in 2012.

2010 17th February 2010 the City of Westminster granted planning permission (08/0712/FULL) at Audley Square Garage, 5 Audley Square, 49 Hill Street and 5 to 7 Waverton Street, London W1K 1DS For the demolition of the existing buildings and the erection of a new building of eight/ nine storeys (plus lower ground floor and four basement levels) to provide 24 residential units with swimming pool and a gymnasium, creation of roof terraces, green roof and solar collectors; car parking and cycle parking; a Council street sweeping depot; vehicular access from Waverton Street; and landscaping on Audley Square.

Source: audleysquarehouse.com

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News & Comments: (8)

Buildington
2017/08/29 08:43

Audley Square site activities during August 2017:
- Site investigations to further inform the design process;
- Realigning the existing 2.4m high perimeter security hoarding, around the site;
- Construction of the UKPN electrical sub station bases on Waverton Street.

Source: August 2017 Newsletter from Cantillon www.audleysquareredevelopmentmayfair.com

Buildington
2017/06/01 10:08

Works have been progressing well on site with the demolition now nearing completion to the Audley Square Car Park and the Ascott hotel, reports Cantillon.

The following activities are occurring since the last update:

• The demolition scaffold is being struck and removed from
site in line with progress
• Arisings are being removed from site for reuse/recycling.
• Existing services are being disconnected outside the site
boundary.

The following activities will be happening in June 2017:
• Continuation of demolition to 4 Audley Square, The Ascott
Hotel and Audley Square Car Park.
• Ascott Hotel demolition is complete down to ground floor
level. Sections of the building shall be demolished with the
scaffold and hoarding being progressively struck down to
footpath level. This will require temporary closures of the
footpaths to the Waverton Street and Hill Street elevations
during site working hours. Footpaths shall be reopened at
the end of each working day to allow pedestrian access to
the public.
• Further service disconnections.
• Removal of arisings from site for reuse/recycling.
• Completion of phase 1 demolition works across the site.
• Removal of arisings from site for reuse/recycling.

Source: June 2017 Newsletter from Cantillon www.audleysquareredevelopmentmayfair.com

Buildington
2017/04/19 18:32

The demolishing of 4 Audley Square, The Ascott, Hotel and Audley Square Car Park started in January 2017.

Buildington
2016/12/20 13:32

Works have been progressing well on site, with the site office and welfare facilities fully established in 49 Hill Street and the internal strip out works now well underway.

The site hoarding was finished in November.

The following activities happened in November:
- Completion of the hoarding around the site
- Continued scaffolding erection and encapsulation
- Completion of the asbestos removal from existing
buildings
- Continuation of demolition works to Audley Square Car
Park
- Separation of materials resulting from the stripping out
work and early demolition into segregated waste streams
for recycling.

Source: November 2016 Newsletter from Cantillon www.audleysquareredevelopmentmayfair.com

Buildington
2016/11/23 12:25

Cantillon is the demolition contractor at 5 Audley Square. See the full demolition schedule outlined at www.audleysquareredevelopmentmayfair.com.

Buildington
2015/04/04 22:30

Westminster City Council has received planning application for:

Demolition of existing buildings onsite at 5 Audley Square (with the exception of 4 Red Lion Yard which is to be retained with minor external alterations) and the erection of new building of eight/nine storeys (plus lower ground floor and four basement levels) to provide 30 residential units with swimming pool and gymnasium, creation of roof terraces, car parking and cycle parking; vehicular access from Waverton Street; hard and soft landscaping; and plant at roof level.

Ref no: 15/02197/FULL
Received: 10.03.2015

Buildington
2013/11/27 14:30

John Cauldwell plans to turn 5 Audley Square car park into super-prime residential apartments and townhouses: “We’ll have this beautiful building, feature-rich, clad in Portland stone. It’s just so exciting from an aesthetic point of view to be in that privileged position to be able to change a part of Mayfair that has become ugly and run-down.”

Source: Evening Standard http://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/property-news/news/phones-4u-billionaire-john-caudwell-truth-about-my-%C2%A3250-million-mayfair-mega 27 November 2013

Buildington
2012/04/27 15:24

John Caudwell, the philanthropist and founder of the mobile phone provider Phones4U, is calling on Westminster City Council to grant him planning permission for adding two new floors of flats to a seven-storey block he is planning to build, so that he can give the additional profits to charity. He estimates these could be as much as £100m.

Read more from Third Sector http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/news/1129128/let-build-luxury-apartments-give-profits-charity/

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