Client: Royal London Asset Management
Thameside House is a recently vacated late twentieth-century office building. In need of basic refurbishment and renewal, the decision was made to go further by reconstructing the building around its concrete frame, not merely to re-image the property but also to increase its lettable area. The completed development will provide environmentally-considerate, high-quality Cat A speculative office accommodation behind a high-performance facade. Landscaping, including enhanced pedestrian and vehicular access and circulation is proposed to integrate the building more successfully into its surroundings.