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Three schemes approved in the City of London
Supporting the continued growth of the City

The Concilio team is delighted to have worked on three schemes that have recieved planning permission over the past week in the City of London.

First Up: Castleforge and GAMUDA’s 75 London Wall (Winchester House)

The approved proposals will see the former Deutsche Bank's HQ transform into a sustainable, best-in-class office space. The project will increase the building's capacity by 40% to 688,000 sqft and also include a new cultural forum for live performances tying in with the City Corporation's Destination City policy.

Secondly: Dominus at 5-10 Great Tower Street

Our City of London team, in collaboration with DP9 Limited, successfully secured planning consent for Dominus to create a 237-room hotel. Impressively, the project retains 100% of the existing building's substructure and 70% of its superstructure and façade.

Shravan Joshi MBE, Chairman of the City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Committee, remarked:

"The City is an iconic location that attracts visitors and tourists from around the globe. We are keen to support developments providing high-quality hotel accommodation, especially those reusing existing buildings, like the proposals for Great Tower Street."

Finally: Mactaggart Family & Partners’The Resident brand hotel Near the Barbican.

The City of London Corporation's Planning Applications Sub-Committee approved proposals at 1-8 Long Lane this Tuesday for a new Resident hotel (whose Covent Garden hotel is the #1 listed hotel in London on Tripadvisor). This boutique hotel will offer 125-130 'apartment style' guest rooms, complemented by a new pocket garden, art installation, and flexible retail space.

With two consultations occurring this week, the Concilio City of London team, headed up by Luke Tatton is certainly active at the moment! Please do be in touch if you think we can assist via