Marble Arch House
Marble Arch House is a nine-storey mixed use building comprising prime office, retail and leisure space in a prime location within London’s West End, just a stone's throw away from the iconic Marble Arch monument, which helps make it a highly desirable commercial property. Since 2011 it has been owned by British Land, one of the largest property development and investment companies in the UK.
The original seven-story building was constructed in the 1960s and underwent a major refurbishment in 2013. It currently consists of nine floors and provides a mix of office, retail, and leisure space. The ground floor of the building is occupied by several retail tenants, while the upper floors are primarily used for office space.
It is well-connected to the rest of the city, with several nearby tube stations, including Marble Arch, Bond Street and Oxford Circus, providing easy access to various parts of London for workers, shoppers and visitors.
Murray Birrell was appointed by the previous Freeholder in reference to applications for Licences to Alter for proposed works at Marble Arch House. The tenants’ applications involved fitting out retail units, including structural alterations.
Murray Birrell studied the drawings and liaised with the applicant regarding the proposal. Suggested alterations were made to the scheme, following which a letter indicating likely conditions to approval and schedules pertaining thereto were issued.
Conditions involved working arrangements, justification of structural calculations and compliance with all Regulations and Estate Management requirements.next project