UCLH Charity have announced plans to redevelop the former hospital site at Tottenham Street to provide homes and offices in the eight-storey building. Architects Llewelyn Davies will display the proposals at a public exhibition to be held next week.
Llewelyn Davies on behalf of UCLH Charity will be inviting comments on the refurbishment and redevelopment of Arthur Stanley House, 40-50 Tottenham Street, W1T 4RN. The proposed scheme comprises the alteration and extension of the existing building to create a mixed use development for residential and office floorspace, including a new build to the rear. The plans will include affordable housing as required by policy, they say.
Project team members from Llewelyn Davies and UCLH Charity will be present to guide people through the exhibition material, answer questions and seek comments regarding the scheme ahead of a planning application to be submitted to Camden Council.
The building which is on the corner of Tottenham Street and Tottenham Mews was built in the 1960s and was previously part of the Middlesex Hospital and University College Hospital estate. It was used as a clinic and out-patients department until 2007 when it was closed. Since then it has remained empty and occasionally occupied by property guardians.
Earlier this year, owners University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) sold the building to its partner organisation UCLH Charity.
Public consultation of proposals for refurbishment and redevelopment of Arthur Stanley House: Wednesday 19th November 1:30pm – 6:45pm, and Saturday 22nd November 10:30am – 3:45pm, at Fitzrovia Community Centre, 2 Foley St, London W1W 6DL.