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55 Baker Street

London, UK

This award winning redevelopment resulted in a 30% increase of the total floor area and high energy efficiency.

Total Area

56,000 sq m

Hybrid system with chilled beams and CAM-C Underfloor supply air, underfloor return air

2007 / 2013 Refurbishment

Refurbishment of former Marks and Spencer headquarters creating 1 million sq ft of prime mixed use accommodation for London’s West End

London & Regional Properties proposed an engineering led solution to avoid demolishing the 1950’s landmark building, which had restricted floor layout unattractive to commercial clients. The existing concrete frame was retained and new frames and facade were inserted creating a visually stunning entrance as well as additional space. The redevelopment resulted in a 30% increase of the total floor area and offers a variety of quality office accommodation with a top specification fit out.

Winner of the 2009 BCO Award for Best Refurbished/Recycled Workspace (London & the South East)

BREEAM “Excellent”

Client – London & Regional
Architect – Make
Building Services Consultant – Blyth & Blyth

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