Ludgate Hill, London

30-32 Ludgate Hill is a heritage building in central London just moments from St Paul's Cathedral. Originally a bank, it has more recently been used as small offices. Working with purpose-driven architectural studio Holland Harvey we are developing low impact proposals to give this building a new lease of life as short-stay accommodation.

Key facts

Under-utilised listed office building in the heart of London

Retention of building structure saving embodied carbon

Low impact interventions and material palette

All electric after refurbishment, with potential to be net zero operational carbon

Designed by Holland Harvey, B Corp

Planning submitted


A light touch refurbishment will breathe new life into this heritage building, improving performance and delivering high quality living spaces to a busy tourist area in the heart of London

Project highlight

Delivering sustainable living spaces to central London while saving embodied carbon


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