New London Architecture

Dudley House

Built

Dudley House is a new mixed-use scheme in Paddington designed by Child Graddon Lewis for Westminster City Council, comprising 197 affordable homes, retail, church & the UK's tallest secondary school.

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

Shortlisted in the MIXING category
Dudley House is a new mixed-use development in Paddington designed by Child Graddon Lewis for Westminster City Council, comprising 197 affordable homes, a permanent home for Marylebone Boys’ Secondary School, premises for the Central Pentecostal Church and retail accommodation. Delivered on just 0.4ha of footprint, Dudley House plays a flagship role in Westminster’s inclusive ‘City for All’ programme, is the council’s largest ever design-and-build contract scheme, and is a blueprint towards creating much-needed affordable homes and community infrastructure within a highly-constrained location.


Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Westminster

Size

25815 sq m

Estimated completion

October 2019


Location

6 Merchant Square, Paddington, London W2 1JZ, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Child Graddon Lewis

Client

Westminster City Council

Contractor

Willmott Dixon

Quantity Surveyor

Currie & Brown

Structural Engineer

Structa

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

TGA & Kane Group Building Services

Planning Consultant

WYG & Union 4 Planning

Approved Inspector

Westminster Building Control

Ecology Consultant

Middlemarch Environmental

Acoustic Consultant

Spectrum

Transport Consultant

Meyer Brown


Listed by

Child Graddon Lewis

Last updated on

16/09/2020


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