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The go-ahead has been given for the building of two new buildings in Hammersmith that will provide 25,000 square feet of new office space between them.
Located near the Hammersmith and City underground station, on a site which currently has two car parks, the two buildings, eight and ten storeys high, will be designed to give off 20 percent less CO2 than regular buildings.
Architect outfit BFLS are to design the buildings for Development Securities.
Local campaigners object to the project, saying that it would not provide enough public space.
Melanie Whitlock, chairman of the Hammersmith society, told the Fulham Chronicle: “It is deplorable that this has been allowed to happen. Community space is fast disappearing in the area.”
Despite a sustained campaign against the buildings, Hammersmith & Fulham Council have approved the plans.
Simon Hesketh, Development Securities said: “We are very pleased that our revised proposals have been welcomed by the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.
“The plans evolved with the benefit of detailed and on-going consultation with planning officers and forums as well as residents and interest groups and the local community. We are confident that our scheme will be well received by the occupier market and anticipate that the first phase will start on site later this year.”
As well as office space, the two new buildings will be have assorted restaurants, cafes and bars.
Currently Coca Cola, Halcrow Group Limited, Bechtel and L’Oreal are among those who have headquarters in Hammersmith.
BFLS has also recently won planning approval to construct a groundbreaking new eco-village in Cornwall. The village will be built in Millendreath, a valley in South Cornwall, which is about 90 acres in size.
The project will include holiday homes, hotels, leisure and retail facilities. It will be built on the outlines of a traditional Cornish fishing village and will be sustainable and designed to emit a smaller than usual amount of CO2