London Mixed-Use Scheme Plans Submitted

1 February 2011 (Last Updated February 1st, 2011 18:30)

Property developers Derwent London have submitted plans for a £100m ($161m) mixed-use redevelopment of the Saatchi headquarters in Fitzrovia, London, to Camden Council. Designed by Make Architects, the mixed-use scheme is being proposed for the site at 80 Charlotte Street which is bou

Property developers Derwent London have submitted plans for a £100m ($161m) mixed-use redevelopment of the Saatchi headquarters in Fitzrovia, London, to Camden Council.

Designed by Make Architects, the mixed-use scheme is being proposed for the site at 80 Charlotte Street which is bounded by Chitty Street, Howland Street and Whitfield Street.

The planning application includes proposals for 29,729m² of office and retail space, over 50 flats, 15 affordable homes, restaurants and cafes along with a "pocket park" in Chitty Street.

The proposals also include the demolition of part of Charlotte Mews, and part of the corner of Chitty Street and Whitfield Street.

A public exhibition of the proposed development will be held on 10 February 2011 at Fitzrovia Exhibition Gallery.

The scheme is slated for completion in 2015, according to offices.org.uk.