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22/08/2018

Open House 2018

AHMM is once again taking part in Open House London, the annual architecture festival that gives public access to hundreds of buildings across the city. This year’s programme takes place on the weekend of 22 and 23 September, and seven AHMM buildings join the programme with architect-led tours of Adelaide Wharf, New Scotland Yard, Television Centre and White Collar Factory; The Library at Willesden Green, Barking Town Centre and the Barbican Centre will also be open to the public. Find out more about these and the full programme here.

 



 

Planning approval for King’s Cross P2

17/08/2018

Planning approval for King’s Cross P2

Planning permission has been granted for King’s Cross P2, a key piece of the emerging King’s Cross Central masterplan for King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership. Acting as a backdrop to the newly-completed Lewis Cubitt Square, the mixed-use building includes nine floors of office space - one of three new office bases for Facebook - with a large flexible retail unit at street level. The mix of uses is completed by a 600-seat theatre with an auditorium capable of a variety of staging configurations to create a visible and vibrant cultural attraction.
 



 

Tottenham Hale planning submission

02/08/2018

Tottenham Hale planning submission

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Alison Brooks Architects and Pollard Thomas Edwards have submitted plans for a mixed-use development in Tottenham Hale, North London. The Masterplan, for developer Argent Related, comprises six buildings and a pavilion arranged across five plots. The project will deliver 1,036 new homes, a cinema, office and retail space and a new health centre.
AHMM has designed three buildings on The Ferry Island and North Island sites. Buildings one and two, on Ferry Island will occupy the area between the Tottenham Hale bus station and the reconfigured Station Road. Both buildings will provide a mix of residential, office and retail space with a new cinema at basement level. Building three is also mixed-use and will provide residential, flexible retail as well as leisure accommodation.
The proposal will go before the committee later this year.