Conservation Listed Buildings

Albert Docks, Unesco World Heritage Site, Maritime Mercantile City
Holiday Inn Express Liverpool, 135 bedroom hotel

This was the conversion of part of the Britannia Pavilion, a 19th Century Victorian bonded warehouse in the Country's largest group of Grade I listed buildings, beside the Beatles museum.

This was the first structure in Britain to be built from cast iron, brick and stone with no structural wood and as a result was the first non-combustible warehouse system in the world.

This included the pre development, design, discussions with heritage groups, approvals, production information, project management, site overseeing to completion.



Holloway Sanatorium, Virginia Water
Radisson Carlson, 267 Bedrooms and Suites

Proposals for a 5★ hotel in this grade I listed building. The project included extensive proposals to the grounds to ensure that the landscaping followed the original concept, including the cricket pitch.

This included negotiations with English Heritage, the Victorian Society and the Local Planning Authority to achieve Planning Approval.

This along with it's sister building, the Royal Holloway College, both in a Franco Gothic style, were regarded by Sir Nickolaus Pevsner as the summit of High Victorian design.



Smithfield, New Poultry Market, City of London
250 Bedrooms and Office

Proposals for a 5★ hotel and offices with the Planning Department and an Irish development company, achieved planning permission.

This was a businessman's hotel and offices in a conservation area surrounded by listed buildings with the proposed buildings being connected by a link bridge.

The scheme included major conference and banqueting facilities with a fitness centre and a rooftop running track across both buildings.



Trocadero, London, Grade II listed

Carried out a peer review of proposed hotel layout in context of the existing buildings. This is for a 527 bedrooms plus 56 aparthotel rooms with rooftop bar and terraces.