Buildington
Open database of new property developments & buildings in London, UK.
8-10 Hanover Street in February 2014.

8-10 Hanover Street in February 2014.

16. February 2014
8-10 Hanover Street development by RIBA Chartered Architects and Considerate Constructors.

8-10 Hanover Street development by RIBA Chartered Architects and Considerate Constructors.

14. July 2013
8-10 Hanover Street development in July 2013

8-10 Hanover Street development in July 2013

14. July 2013
8-10 Hanover Street is a mixed use development in Mayfair. Screen capture of the project details on the architect Squire and Partners website

8-10 Hanover Street is a mixed use development in Mayfair. Screen capture of the project details on the architect Squire and Partners website

6. March 2013

8-10 Hanover Street

Address:
8-10 Hanover Street, London W1S 1YE
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
September 2013
Flats:
6
Offices:
1
Retails:
1
Viewed:
22793

Description of 8-10 Hanover Street

8-10 Hanover Street is a 32,056 sq ft mixed use building in Mayfair, London W1, which was redeveloped in 2013.

The building is a vertically separated residential and office building comprising six 2 and 3 bedroom luxury apartments and a 25,000 sq ft high-quality office building.

History

1983-4 designed by Alford Lester Associates.

Connected Companies

Architect:
Lettings:
Main Contractor:

News: (2)

New photos!

16/07/2013 11:12 by Buildington

Planning application received by Westminster City Council:

Variation of Condition 15 of planning permission dated 18 June 2009 (RN: 09/02008) for demolition of Nos. 8-10 Hanover Street and redevelopment to provide a building at Nos. 8 and 9 of basement, ground and six upper floors for office use and a building at No. 10 of basement ground and seven upper floors for retail use at basement and ground floors with six residential flats on the upper floors (accessed via the ground floor of No. 9) with rooftop plant. (Site includes 5-6 Mason's Arms Mews). Namely Condition 15 amended to read '' the rear fourth and fifth floor flat roofed areas may only be used as external amenity, spaces ancillary to the approved office use of the building as indicated on the drawings approved hereby and shall not be used until the terrace balustrades have been installed as shown on the approve drawings. Those areas shown for use as maintenance terraced may only be used for the purpose of maintenance of the building and for no other purpose the fourth floor roof area may only be used as external amenity space during hours 9.00 and 17.00 hrs Monday to Friday and not at all on public holidays''.


Source: Westminster City Council www.westminster.gov.uk/planning
Ref. no: 13/01846/FULL
Date: Wed 20 Feb 2013

06/03/2013 13:48 by Buildington

*DISCLAIMER! Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.

New London developments on Buildington - monthly update

Buildings