Native Land has secured planning approval from Westminster City Council for the redevelopment of 30 Old Burlington Street, Mayfair. Westminster’s Planning & City Development Committee has agreed to the plans for new residential and enhanced gallery provision at the W1 address.
The new development, designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, will consist of nine floors, with 42 one, two and three bedroom apartments spread over floors 1 – 8. The ground floor will accommodate a new arcade linking Cork Street and Old Burlington Street.
Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive of Native Land, said: “We welcome Westminster City Council's decision to approve our plans for 30 Old Burlington Street. These proposals will greatly enhance Cork Street and the experience of visiting one of London’s most established art gallery districts, by both augmenting the gallery offering of the building and creating an arcade with a permanent dedicated space for young and emerging artists.
“The combination of art galleries, purpose built residential and a contemporary arcade is unique, with appeal both to domestic and international buyers alike looking to live in Mayfair.”
Source: Native Land