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Eccleston Yards, Belgravia

Decorative stonework, wrought-iron, Victorian junction boxes and exposed brick and render restore urban fabric

Eccleston Yards.
Eccleston Yards. Credit: Matt Chisnall

Buckley Gray Yeoman for Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
Contract value: undisclosed 
GIA: 7,433m2

Five buildings and a car park were refurbished along with a new public courtyard and connecting pedestrian routes to repair the urban fabric and re-establish the character of the area with a diverse mix of uses. The character of the original buildings is retained in certain elements including decorative stonework, cast- and wrought-iron structural columns and beams, Victorian junction boxes and exposed layers of brick and render. Around the courtyard, retail units beneath a new lighting scheme activate the public realm. Raised planters double as seating and the provision of power allows for cultural events.

  • Eccleston Yards.
    Eccleston Yards. Credit: Matt Chisnall
  • Eccleston Yards.
    Eccleston Yards. Credit: Matt Chisnall
  • Eccleston Yards.
    Eccleston Yards. Credit: Matt Chisnall
  • Eccleston Yards.
    Eccleston Yards. Credit: Matt Chisnall
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