Native Land has received planning permission for development work at 30 Burlington Street in Mayfair.
The property development firm was granted approval by Westminster City Council to redevelop the Mayfair office space into a combination of apartments, a restaurant and retail space. The building will also be home to a gallery selling art and antiques.
The new nine floor project will replace the current 1980s Mayfair office block and will actually link Old Burlington Street to Cork Street via a new arcade, the first of which to be built in the Mayfair area since the 1930s.
Native Land chief executive, Alasdair Nicholls, said: “We welcome Westminster City Council’s decision to approve our plans for 30 Old Burlington Street.
“These proposals will greatly enhance Cork Street and the experience of visiting one of London’s most established art gallery districts, by both augmenting the gallery offering of the building and creating an arcade with a permanent dedicated space for young and emerging artists.
“The combination of art galleries, purpose-built residential and a contemporary arcade is unique, with appeal both to domestic and international buyers alike looking to live in Mayfair.”
Native Land is a privately owned property development firm, it specialises in mixed-use and luxury residential developments in the central London area. The firm has over 1m sq ft in planning development in the pipeline.
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