430-449 Strand building in London WC2

430-449 Strand building in London WC2

October 2016
449 Strand in summer 2012 during Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

449 Strand in summer 2012 during Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

2. June 2012

430-449 Strand

430-449 Strand, London WC2R 0QN
19th century

Description of 430-449 Strand

449 Strand is a Grade II* listed commercial building on the corner of the Strand and Adelaide Street, opposite Charing Cross Train station.

The building was designed by architect John Nash and was erected in 1830-32. Redeveloped in 1970s by Frederick Gibberd & Partners.[1]

The building is in the Northbank Business Improvement District.

2016 August - Westminster City Council grants permission for:
Reconfiguration of the existing commercial space and associated public realm works in connection with the use of 9 Adelaide Street, part 449 Strand/1-2 Adelaide Street and part of the Charing Course concourse for restaurant purposes (Class A3); closure of the existing underground entrance on the Strand and replacement with a new retail unit (Class A1) and the introduction of an ancillary retail store (Class A1) at concourse level. Extension of retail floorspace (Class A1) at 4, 5 and 6 Charing Cross concourse. Public realm works to the Charing Cross concourse level including works to the Underground entrances and shopfront alterations 441-442 Strand, 1-2 Adelaide Street and 9 Adelaide Street. Ref no 16/02288/FULL.[2]

TIAA Henderson Real Estate appointed Trehearne Architects to act as their architects in connection with the proposed change of use; the remodelling of particular units; and works to the public realm within the Site.

2016 September - TH Real Estate sells the building for £198m to Royal Bank of Scotland.

July 2014 - Acquired by TIAA Henderson Real Estate.

1. Design and Access Statement for 430-449 STRAND, 1-10 ADELAIDE STREET AND 1-18 WILLIAM IV STREET, LONDON (INCLUDING 2-9 CHARING CROSS UNDERGROUND CONCOURSE) by Trehearne Architects March 2016
2. Westminster Council www.westminster.gov uk/ planning

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
London Charing Cross Rail Station
Charing Cross Station
139, 15, 176, 6, 9, N15, N21, N26, N343, N550, N551, N89, N9, 87, N155, N44, N87

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