Planning win for Project Nash

21/07/2017

Planning win for Project Nash

The redevelopment of 1-4 Marble Arch, known as Project Nash, has been unanimously granted planning consent by Westminster City Council. The existing building sits at the corner of Great Cumberland Place and Marble Arch, and together with the Cumberland Hotel forms the backdrop to the Marble Arch designed by John Nash. The proposals, designed for The Portman Estate, will see wholesale redevelopment of the building behind a retained façade. New floor plates will create flexible retail and office space, implementing current and future office standards and sustainability targets, whilst sensitive façade alterations and the addition of a rooftop extension aim to establish a new identity for the building.