Shell Centre Final Masterplan Exhibition

 


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Exhibition of the final masterplan and architectural concepts for the various buildings proposed as part of the redevelopment of the Shell Centre.

The sessions provide a further opportunity for local residents, to share their views with joint venture developers Canary Wharf Group, Qatari Diar and the range of architects who have been tasked with developing detailed designs for the mixed use site.

The scheme will include approximately 800 homes, office space, shops, restaurants and cafes as well as new public spaces, enhanced pedestrian connections through the site and community facilities.

Shell's London workforce will remain on the site in the 27 storey Shell Tower and a new office building which will include trading floors.

Led by stakeholder consultants Soundings, the exhibition and workshops will present the work of Squire and Partners, who are preparing the masterplan, and Townshend Landscape Architects, who are working on the site's landscaping.

It will also include initial architectural concepts for individual buildings from Grid Architects, Kohn Pederson Fox, Patel Taylor and Stanton Williams as well as Squire and Partners.

"We are very delighted with the number of participants that have attended these consultations so far and the valuable input that we have received into the masterplanning process," said a spokeswoman for the developers.

"As we move towards a planning application later this year, it is critical that we keep local residents, businesses and visitors informed about what we propose to build, and where possible incorporate their views into the design."

To attend the evening sessions please register at shellcentredialogue@soundingsoffice.com or call 020 7729 1705 and ask for Caf or Francesca.

Related website: www.shellcentredialogue.com

  • Drop-in exhibition 11am-6pm (feedback sessions from 6.30pm - RSVP to attend)

Where

Shell Centre
York Road, London, SE1 7NA
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