The Re-development of 20-22 Berkeley Square
Currently used as office and street level retail, the building has been granted a ‘change of use’ and all necessary planning permissions to be converted into 85,000 sq. ft of residential, 12,000 sq. ft of retail and 8000 sq. ft of other amenities.
The building, formally known as 22 Arlington Street, situated next to Green Park, is being dismantled to make way for further development.
One Kemble Street and Civil Aviation Authority House, originally known jointly as Space House, is an architecturally notable building in the London Borough of Camden. It is a grade II listed building with Historic England. The project will extensively refurbish both buildings to create 255,000 sq ft of office space.
As part of an ongoing upgrade to the NHS Trust, a substantial former accommodation block, and education block were removed to make way for a follow-on construction phase.
The building formally known as Berger House located at 36-38 Berkeley Square in the heart of Mayfair, was deconstructed by Tilley and Barrett to make way for a new development.
Located in the heart of Walton on Thames, the former Homebase site was to be demolished and remediation taken place, so that a new retirement home could be built.
Tilley & Barrett was appointed by Wates in 2014 to fulfil an award-winning design by Amanda Levete Architects to create a new courtyard, entrance and exhibition gallery for the iconic Grade 1 listed Victoria & Albert Museum.
The Stockwell Park High School project was a three-phase demolition of live school to make way for a new 12,000m², high school to replace the existing 1950s buildings.
The Old War Office is an iconic 580,000sq. ft. Grade II Listed building on Whitehall, in the heart of London. The disused former Government building of national heritage importance is being sensitively repurposed to create a five star 125-key luxury hotel and 85 studio-to-five-bedroom apartments.
Toureen Group was appointed as contractor for the redevelopment of the King's Road area in London. The scheme will deliver a wide range of flexible retail space, retail, an independent 600 seat cinema, 47 new homes including for affordable and market rent, and high-quality office space.
As part of the wider ‘London Inner City Project', Tilley and Barrett was appointed to demolish an eight storey building on Howland Street, central London, to make way for student accommodation for up to 200 people.
Tilley & Barret was appointed by Jackson & Coles to provide a wide range of services in the demolition of multiple buildings on Grosvenor Street, in the heart of London.