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A unique Freehold residential development opportunity in the heart of Shepherd's Bush.

Townhouse Studios was a recording studio in west London constructed by Sir Richard Branson in 1978 and subsequently acquired by EMI as part of their purchase of Virgin Studios Group in 1992. The Sanctuary Group bought the studios from EMI in 2002 and it has been home to numerous international artists, including Elton John, Queen, Phil Collins, The Jam, Coldplay and Oasis. The building was closed in 2008 after a Sanctuary buy-out by Universal. The site now benefits from a full planning consent granted on 17th July 2013 (2013/01560/FUL) for refurbishment and alterations to existing buildings in connection with the conversion and change of use from recording studios and 3 residential flats into 11 self-contained residential dwellings providing a GEA of approx. 3,018 sq m/32,486 sq ft, and replacement recording studios providing a GIA of approx. 510 sq m/5,490 sq ft.Townhouse Studios offers the opportunity to re-develop this exciting landmark site into a luxury, residential led development in the heart of London. The consent achieved lends itself favourably to creating a range of potentially award-winning homes that capture the very latest design techniques whilst minimising its carbon footprint by embracing solar passive design, efficiency measures, renewable energy production and effective building management systems.The recent sales rates of comparable properties in the immediate area provides a secure position with regards to re-sales and it is likely that increased attention being placed on larger scale re-generation projects close by will provide further positive aspects to this scheme as it starts to evolve.

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Goldhawk Road Shepherd's Bush W12

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A unique Freehold residential development opportunity in the heart of Shepherd's Bush.

Townhouse Studios was a recording studio in west London constructed by Sir Richard Branson in 1978 and subsequently acquired by EMI as part of their purchase of Virgin Studios Group in 1992. The Sanctuary Group bought the studios from EMI in 2002 and it has been home to numerous international artists, including Elton John, Queen, Phil Collins, The Jam, Coldplay and Oasis. The building was closed in 2008 after a Sanctuary buy-out by Universal. The site now benefits from a full planning consent granted on 17th July 2013 (2013/01560/FUL) for refurbishment and alterations to existing buildings in connection with the conversion and change of use from recording studios and 3 residential flats into 11 self-contained residential dwellings providing a GEA of approx. 3,018 sq m/32,486 sq ft, and replacement recording studios providing a GIA of approx. 510 sq m/5,490 sq ft.Townhouse Studios offers the opportunity to re-develop this exciting landmark site into a luxury, residential led development in the heart of London. The consent achieved lends itself favourably to creating a range of potentially award-winning homes that capture the very latest design techniques whilst minimising its carbon footprint by embracing solar passive design, efficiency measures, renewable energy production and effective building management systems.The recent sales rates of comparable properties in the immediate area provides a secure position with regards to re-sales and it is likely that increased attention being placed on larger scale re-generation projects close by will provide further positive aspects to this scheme as it starts to evolve.

 

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