Park Street is a complex refurbishment scheme which involved a complete overhaul of the external fabric and an internal reconfiguration of a terrace of flats and retail shops on the edge of London’s vibrant Borough Market.
|Client||United St Saviour’s Charity|
|Number of Homes||12|
|Tenure Mix||100% private|
|Site Size||0.1 ha|
|Completion Date||December, 2015|
|Planning Approved||May, 2014|
Situated at the intersection of Stoney Street and Park Street, the scheme has transformed the site by re-invigorating four street fronting units with new eye-catching shopfronts. The stunning homes above the retail units have been successfully reconfigured and renovated to drive value from private-rent in this highly desirable location.
Often used as a film set – most recently for the third Bridget Jones’s Diary film – it was crucial for Park Street to achieve a high-quality finish while retaining the historic feel of the 19th century streetscape. Once left in a dilapidated condition, the flats have been renovated to maximise their full potential and can now be rented privately, generating a sustainable income for the United St Saviour’s Charity.