27 Savile Row

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27 Savile Row, Westminster

Built Heritage | TVIA

Members of the Westminster Planning Committee voted to approve this scheme for developer client Henigman and designed by PLP Architecture for a new building that will revive the northern end of Savile Row connecting it to Regent Street. It is a transformative redevelopment of the former West End Central Police Station. The new building will provide Grade A office space, a vibrant new destination restaurant, and importantly, a training academy for The London Academy of Bespoke. This academy will cultivate the next generation of tailors right in the heart of the Row.

The proposal garnered overwhelming support, receiving over 100 positive comments from local businesses, Savile Row tailors, and the broader community. The project has been significantly shaped by the input of the Savile Row Bespoke Association and the community at large.

This approval marks the successful conclusion of over two years of the iterative design and consultation process throughout which TTC provided townscape-focused advice.

CLIENT:

Henigman Ltd

ARCHITECT:

PLP

WHAT WE DID:

TVIA

OUTCOME:

Approved at committee