Realising a development opportunity at Arthur Stanley House.
Plans to convert a former hospital building as part of a mixed use development in Tottenham Street will also produce a significant return for the associated hospital charity.
A planning application was submitted to refurbish and part redevelop Arthur Stanley House, an 8 storey former hospital building in Tottenham Street, London. The plans are for a mixed use development of offices and residential housing, including affordable units and public realm improvements.
We worked closely with the architect Llewelyn Davies to produce a development strategy for the project, looking closely at the space available and how to make the most effective use of what is a prime central London site. This involved using our technical planning skills to advise on acceptable options and any associated risks, the preparation and submission of the planning application while also negotiating with the local authority over specific issues. We were able to engage a highly experienced Historical Buildings Consultant to ensure appropriate and sensitive treatment of all parts of the scheme.
- Acting as Agent to our client UCLH charity for the planning application, including a range of technical and planning advice.
- Advising as part of the design team and acting as principal liaison with the local authority.
- Arranging and overseeing specialist sub-contracting services as required.
- Realising the potential of the building to produce a significant return for the hospital charity.
- Having the in-house skills and expertise to advise on how to add significant value to the scheme and achieve a well-designed, efficient and sustainable development.
- Significant experience working for local authorities, as well as private sector clients.