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CGI of 19-35 Baker Street development from Baker Street exhibition boards at 19-35bakerstreet.com.

CGI of 19-35 Baker Street development from Baker Street exhibition boards at 19-35bakerstreet.com.

11.8.2017

April 2012
Carlton House at 88-110 George Street.

Carlton House at 88-110 George Street.

April 2012

19-35 Baker Street

Address:
88-110 George Street, London W1U 8NS
Type:
Mixed use
Flats:
51
Offices:
1
Retails:
5
Viewed:
4370

Description of 19-35 Baker Street

19-35 Baker Street is a mixed-use development in Marylebone, London W1.

Full planning permission granted in March 2019 for a 293,000 sq ft scheme containing offices, residential
and retail. Earliest possession Sepember 2021.

The developers aim to create a village atmosphere, similar to that found in the nearby Portman Village or in Chiltern Street. This will be a place for residents, workers and visitors to all enjoy. The developers will keep the Grade II listed 30 Gloucester Place building and replace the other buildings on the site with high-quality new architecture.

There will be an open courtyard with through-route under the office buildings between Baker Street and Gloucester Place.

Onto George Street there would be two residential entrances to 41 new homes above.

The development is a joint Venture with The Portman Estate (Derwent London share 55%, The Portman Estate has a 45% interest).

HISTORY

2019 March - Planning permission granted for:
Demolition of the existing buildings at 19-35 Baker Street, 88-110 George Street, 69-71 Blandford Street and redevelopment to create a mixed use scheme providing offices (Class B1), retail (Class A1 and flexible Class A1/A3 units) and up to 51 residential units (Class C3) within a new ground plus nine storey building (and an enclosed plant area) on Baker Street; a new stepped ground plus four to ground plus six storey building on George Street; refurbishment, extension and the change of use of the first floor from office to residential at 30 Gloucester Place; creation of a single storey basement level linking the Baker Street and George Street buildings to provide car and cycle parking, refuse and servicing; creation of a new central, publically accessible courtyard; removal of 5 trees and replacement trees across the site, a new publically accessible route at ground level connecting Baker Street and Gloucester Place; associated plant, landscaping, replacement pavements in part and other associated works. Westminster Council ref. no. 16/11376/FULL.

Carlton House is a 44,800 sq ft (4,162 sq m) mixed use building at 88-110 George Street.

The site sits on 19-35 Baker Street, 30 Gloucester Place, 69-71 Blandford Street and 88-110 George Street.

Westminster Council planning ref no 16/11376/FULL.

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Westminster Council has recently granted planning permission for the redevelopment of 19-35 Baker Street to create a mixed-use scheme providing offices, retail and up to 51 residential units designed by Hopkins Architects.

Westminster Council planning application ref. no. 16/11376/FULL. Visit westminster.gov.uk/planning for more information.

07/04/2019 09:20 by Buildington

Amazon Fashion Pop-Up shop is at 35 Baker Street from 23rd-27th October 2018. Find out more at amazon.co.uk/amazonfashionhosts.

24/10/2018 10:36 by Buildington

City of Westminster has resolved to grant planning permission for the mixed-use development at 19-35 Baker Street, reports Derwent London.

19-35 Baker Street W1 is held in a joint venture, in which Derwent London has a 55% share, with The Portman Estate. This scheme will comprise c.293,000 sq ft of net lettable space.

John Burns, Chief Executive Officer of Derwent London, commented: “We are delighted that, with our partners The Portman Estate, we have the opportunity to make a further contribution to the revitalisation of the area.”

Oliver Fenn-Smith, Property Director of The Portman Estate, added: “These are exciting proposals for this key site in Baker Street and we look forward to working alongside Derwent London as they bring their expertise to this area of Marylebone.”

28/11/2017 07:46 by Buildington

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