St Giles Circus development is adjacent to Tottenham Court Road station entrance.

St Giles Circus development is adjacent to Tottenham Court Road station entrance.

18.10.2019
St Giles Circus development under construction.

St Giles Circus development under construction.

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St Giles Circus under construction on Tottencham Court Road

St Giles Circus under construction on Tottencham Court Road

18.10.2019
Considerate Constructors banner at St Giles Circus.

Considerate Constructors banner at St Giles Circus.

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View to St Giles Circus development from Charing Cross Road

View to St Giles Circus development from Charing Cross Road

20.02.2019
St Giles Circus, entrance to Tottenham Court Station and Centre Point

St Giles Circus, entrance to Tottenham Court Station and Centre Point

20.02.2019
St Giles Circus

St Giles Circus

20.02.2019
St Giles Circus under construction in February 2019.

St Giles Circus under construction in February 2019.

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St Giles Circus development CGI via Skanska

St Giles Circus development CGI via Skanska

12.09.2017
CGI of St Giles Circus development

CGI of St Giles Circus development

12.09.2017
St Giles Circus CGI via Skanska

St Giles Circus CGI via Skanska

12.09.2017

Outernet London

Address:
Denmark Street, London WC2H
Area:
West End
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
February 2021
Viewed:
8143

Description of Outernet London

Outernet London is a mixed-use development in London WC2.

The project comprises retail, leisure and entertainment spaces, commercial offices and residential accommodation across 4 new buildings and a number of existing buildings.

The Now Building
The largest of the new buildings incorporates an innovative, retractable façade on its middle floors, revealing an urban gallery that is open to the public at street level. The building’s foundations straddle the Crossrail tunnel, above which is an underground ‘box within a box’ to contain an auditorium. Another of the new buildings incorporates a Victorian retained façade.

The new buildings meet BREEAM (2011) Very Good target. The domestic refurbishments are designed to meet BREEAM (2012) Excellent.

Buildings before the redevelopment
138-148 (even) Charing Cross Road;
4, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 20-28 Denmark Street;
1-6 and 16-23 Denmark Place;
52-59 St Giles High Street;
4 Flitcroft Street;
1 Brook Mews.

Other buildings along the north side of Denmark Street, London’s ‘Tin Pan Alley’ are restored.

The refurbishment covers a number of Grade II listed buildings on Denmark Street, Denmark Place and St Giles High Street, some dating back to before the Great Fire of London in 1666.

The many independent music shops on this side of the street have been updated, with offices and residential accommodation on the upper levels.

2021 summer - Chateau Denmark launch.

Planning Application
Redevelopment involving the erection of three buildings (5 and 7 storey buildings facing Centre Point Tower and a 4 storey building on Denmark Place), following the demolition of 1-6, 17-21 Denmark Place and the demolition of York and Clifton Mansions behind a retained facade to provide 2955sqm GIA of basement Event Gallery space to be used for community events, exhibitions, product launches, live music, awards ceremonies, conferences and fashion shows (Sui Generis); a 723sqm GIA urban gallery with 1912sqm of internal LED screens to be used for circulation space, retail, advertising, exhibitions, brand and product launches, corporate events, screenings, exhibitions and events (Sui Generis); 420sqm GIA of flexible retails and restaurant floorspace (Class A1/A3); 2995sqm GIA of restaurant floorspace (Class A3); 1066sqm GIA of drinking establishment (Class A4) and a 28 bedroom hotel (Class C1) between Denmark Place and Andrew Borde Street. Change of use of 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 20-28 Denmark Street, 4 Flitcroft Street and 1 Book Mews to provide 1551sqm GIA of office floor space (Class B1a); 2553sqm GIA of residential floor space (Class C3); 242sqm GIA of affordable housing (Class C3) and 2023sqm GIA of retail floor space (Class A1). Provision of a new pedestrian route from Andrew Borde Street to Denmark Street at ground floor level and associated partial demolition at 21 Denmark Street. Camden ref. no. 2015/3073/P.

History

The street was once home to ‘The NME’ and ‘Melody Maker’, as well as recording studios that saw The Kinks, the Rolling Stones and Elton John pass through their doors.

A 300-year-old structure behind Denmark Street that has been a stable yard and a blacksmith in its time, and was most recently part of the famous 12 Bar Club music venue, is placed on a concrete raft and moved temporarily within the site, before being returned to its original location to become part of the entrance to the underground auditorium.

Construction work started in July 2017 and was completed in February 2021.

2017 July - Skanska announces it has signed a £142 million contract to build St Giles Circus development for developer Consolidated Developments.

Also known as St Giles Circus.

References
1. London Borough of Camden camden.gov.uk

Connected Companies

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Tottenham Court Road Underground Station
Central, Northern
Tottenham Court Road Station
14, 176, 19, 38, N19, N38, N41, 1, N1, N171, 55, 98, N207, N25, N55, N8, N98

News: (3)

Outernet London development has now completed, reports contractor Skanska.

The development features the world’s largest high-resolution wrap-around screens with a live events space for up to 2,000 people, plus retail, office and residential space across four new buildings and a number of refurbished existing buildings.

Paul Roberts, Project Director, commented: “Everybody that has worked on and been involved in delivering this demanding project should be extremely proud of themselves.

“This is the most technically challenging project I have worked on and it demonstrates that our supply chain is integral to delivering outstanding projects like this one: if we hadn’t been able to work together seamlessly to find innovative solutions to some of the challenges we faced, we wouldn’t be able to deliver such high standards for our customer.”

11/02/2021 19:11 by Buildington
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22/10/2019 12:20 by Buildington

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25/02/2019 08:59 by Buildington

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