Planning granted for flagship retail development at 1 Old Bond Street

Old Bond Street

Plans for the redevelopment of No 1 & 1A Old Bond Street has been granted planning approval by Westminster City Council.  Our design will reconfigure and reinvent the existing Grade II listed building, creating a flagship retail store at the gateway to one of the world’s most prestigious retail streets. The proposal will create 3,500 sq/ft of dynamic retail space across the basement, ground and first floor and will also include 1,500 sq/ft of flexible office space and a residential apartment. 

No 1&1A Old Bond Street was originally built in 1880 by renowned architect Alfred Waterhouse and occupies a prominent corner plot at the junction of Old Bond Street and Piccadilly within the Mayfair Conservation Area. 

The project has a planned completion date of 2018.

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