Concilio has had two applications in the heart of the City of Westminster approved in June.
An application at 34-37 Eastcastle Street to redevelop the existing buildings to create high quality office and retail space befitting the sites position in London’s West End was approved last week. Concilio handled all aspects of public consultation, political and community engagement on this project and we were delighted to see this fantastic scheme gain approval.
Client: Northern & Midland Holdings Ltd.
Architect: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
Planning Consultant: Savills
An application to convert an existing car showroom at Connaught House on the corner of Mount Street & Davies Street, Mayfair into a restaurant was also approved. Concilio handled the public consultation, political engagement and liaised with residents over the past six months to ensure concerns were alleviated where possible. We were delighted that Westminster’s Planning Committee unanimously approved the application welcoming the investment.
Client: Caprice Holdings
Architect: Palmer Lunn Architects
Alongside working on schemes right across London, the Eastern Region and broader South East our team have unparalleled experience working in the City of Westminster, where we have been involved in more than 80 schemes.
If you would like to have a discussion about how Concilio may be able to work with you then please get in touch
Director: Nathan Parsad