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91 Dean Street


91 Dean Street


hotel & leisure


façade retention, demolition, enabling works, and concrete frame


£ 5 million


Melford Capital

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Project details

The project comprises the demolition and construction of the substructure and superstructure.

The site is located on Dean Street which is a single-lane carriageway road at the northern end of Soho in London’s West End.

Client proposals are for demolition and redevelopment of 91-92 Dean Street, Diadem Court and 10-13 Great Chapel Street to create a visitor accommodation hostel (sui generis) of about 750 beds erecting a building of basement, ground and three and four upper storeys together with cycle parking, servicing and rooftop plant.

Scope of works

  • soft strip
  • structural retention of the 1 storey façade on Diadem Court
  • cut and carve demolition works
  • slab demolition
  • structural alterations
  • substructure & superstructure construction.

Project constraints

  • traffic logistics and pedestrian controls around the site
  • maintaining a welfare and site office within the site footprint
  • considerations for the nearby occupied and sensitive neighbouring properties
  • maintaining vehicle access and egress from the loading area
  • noise, dust and vibration control throughout the project
  • scaffolding works to encapsulate the structure
  • existing substation at basement level
  • maintain 24/7 UKPN access.

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