Image of the existing building at 45 Beech Street
45 Beech Street
Have Your Say
45 Beech Street, located on the edge of the Barbican and Golden Lane estates, has recently been purchased by HubCap, a subsidiary of HUB, and Bridges Fund Management.
We are now in a position to share our initial proposals for the building and would like to invite you to meet with us and provide your feedback.
Please read on to find out more about the plans and how you can get involved.
HUB is a residential developer with a 10 year track record in London and other key UK cities. We are committed to building relationships with local communities and engaging with the people who live and work near our projects.
We have worked in partnership with Bridges Fund Management, the UK’s largest social impact fund, on 11 developments.
HubCap is a new venture which focuses on repurposing existing buildings to create sustainable living places. This project will save significant amounts of embodied carbon, and we are working to contribute towards the Bridges Impact Foundation.
The building at 45 Beech Street provides serviced office space which is outdated and underused.
The offices no longer meet modern standards and the building has poor energy efficiency.
We are looking to:
– Sensitively repurpose the building as residential accommodation
– Ensure the energy performance is significantly improved
– Re-use as much of the existing structure and materials as possible
– Open up the ground floor to the local community with a cafe, making a positive contribution to the local area
View of the proposed building from Beech Street
We want to hear from local residents and businesses to ensure our proposals for 45 Beech Street are positive for the local community. Please join us at a consultation workshop to review our initial proposals and provide your input.
The exhibition will be held at 45 Beech Street (EX2Y 8AD) on:
Thursday 28 September 2023, 6.30pm – 9pm | Saturday 30 September 2023, 11am – 2pm
Aerial view of 45 Beech Street (where the public exhibition will be held) and green line showing the consultation radius which includes 2,553 local addresses