Sloane Street project for Cadogan Estate granted planning consent

21 Dec 2011

Last week (13.12.11), Stiff and Trevillion gained planning consent for a mixed use retail and office building at 127 -135 Sloane Street, SW1, for the Cadogan Estate.

The six-story new building on Sloane Street comprises retail at ground floor and five floors of offices above. A recessed courtyard to the rear opens onto lower ground floor retail frontages and a restaurant. Small independent retail units are planned for Pavilion Road.

Mike Stiff said, "This will be our biggest new piece of architecture in London. It is a great building and just as importantly, we are creating a new public space for this part of London."

Commenting on the success Hugh Seaborn, Chief Executive of the Cadogan Estate said:
"We are delighted with the outcome of the planning committee. The whole design team, led by Stiff + Trevillion, worked hard and imaginatively to reach this point. We are looking to the future of the project with great anticipation."

Originally awarded the contract following a limited competition in 2009, Stiff and Trevillion have been working on the project for two years.

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Sloane Street project for Cadogan Estate granted planning consent