New Case Study: Belmont House

29th March 2017

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The £30 million grade A redevelopment of Belmont House boasts some of the largest floor plans in any Thames Valley town centre, providing more than 125,000sq.ft of office accommodation over five storeys.

Situated in the heart of Uxbridge town centre, the new office block has a superbly convenient location with easy access to London via the nearby train and tube stations and excellent transport links to Heathrow via the M25. Notable neighbours include Coca-Cola, Xerox and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The tired 1980s office block facade of Belmont House was stripped back to the original concrete frame to facilitate the modernisation of the dated design and provide a fresh and efficient first class office building for the area, designed by architects TP Bennett for their client Aviva.

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Following the complete demolition of the buildings central core area, major strengthening works to the existing concrete frame has enabled an additional fifth floor to be added at roof level, as well as two terraces, a full height atrium, and the brand new entrance that you now see on Belmont Road.

Following a change in the design, David Blair - Director at TP Bennett, worked closely with Taylor Maxwell to find a suitable facade for this premium development…

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