The pictured £14m redevelopment of Kensington market in west London, designed by architect Paskin Kyriakides, has won planning permission after an appeal.
The 10,000 m2 mixed-use scheme includes the restoration of a grade II-listed 1905 arts and crafts building that housed the market. It will also include offices, flats, shops, a bar and a restaurant. These facilities will be housed in three large buildings fronting onto Kensington High Street and in one corner building next to Kensington Court. The client is Alba Life, a division of Britannic Assurance, structural engineer is Croydon-based Andrews, Kent & Stone, QS is Gardiner & Theobald, and services engineer is Harrow-based Dunwoody and Partners.