Cork Street Mews,
London W1

Complex and challenging redevelopment


Redevelopment behind retained façade with new Portland Stone inset frontage including major structural refurbishment of New Bond Street buildings to create new office, retail and art galleries.


Challenging site, congested logistics and sensitive neighbours. Relocation of UKPN network substation, stopping up highway to create private area within Cork Street Mews. Prelet entire offices to HSBC and retail on New Bond Street to Chopard and Hublot.


  • Full DM service post planning to occupation
  • Re-affirming the client brief, vacant possession management, enabling works, design, procurement, construction including tenant negotiations and fit out approvals
  • Managing and maintaining complex stakeholder relations

A few statistics..

Client: The Pollen Estate Trustees Company Ltd
Construction cost: £32m
Duration: 5 years post planning
Size: 40,000sqft offices, 18,000sqft of art galleries and 6,000sqft of retail
Features: Mosaic wall in Mews as public art