7 Newgate Street gets planning permission


We are excited to announce that planning permission has just been granted for one of our projects at 7 Newgate Street.

Pavilion extension to the roof of the existing building.
Rear view of the proposal.
Street view of the entrance.

7 Newgate Street is an ambitious office scheme located in The City of London that shares site boundaries with The Central Criminal Court and The Cutlers Hall. The design proposals seek to redevelop 7 Newgate Street to provide best-in-class office accommodation to align with the expectations of a modern, high-end commercial building in the City of London.

Aerial view of the proposal.
Interior proposal of the pavilion.

The extensions to 7 Newgate Street have been designed as a sensitive response to both the host building and local context. Simple, contemporary additions and upgrades have been made to the building that avoid diverging too much from the existing architectural fabric. The existing 7th floor plantroom is to be altered and extended to form a pavilion space that will retain some of the existing metal cladding to the party wall with Cutler’s Hall and introduce a new timber framework with slimline glazing units to provide a simple, well detailed extension that sits comfortably as viewed from the surrounding context.

Proposed reception of the scheme.
The lobby area proposed on the ground floor.
Isonometric view of the ground floor proposal.