Client Cessina Limited, advised by WRM Capinvest Ltd
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea have resolved to grant planning permission for a major new office development on Kensal Road by Gibson Thornley.
The proposal accommodates commercial and retail space aimed at the cultural and creative industries within the borough’s vibrant employment zone. The building’s main entrance and cafe enliven Kensal Road. Self-contained studios, accessed from Middle Row and Conlan Street, offer the street a series of animated front doors. At upper levels there are large span, flexible floors with generous volume.
The proposal is sponsored by WRM Capinvest Ltd and linked to the redevelopment of 60 Sloane Avenue by David Chipperfield Architects.
Planning Consultant Savills
Communications Cratus Communications
Project Management CBRE
Structural Engineers Arup
Service Engineers Arup
Traffic & Waste Consultant Arup
Vertical Transportation Design Arup
Daylight/Sunlight Consultant GIA
Cost Consultant Faithful + Gould
Fire Consultant Aecom
Access Consultant David Bonnett Associates
Ecology Consultant The Ecology Consultancy
Computer renders Forbes Massie Studio
Model photography Jack Hobhouse
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