Regeneration House, N1C
Regeneration House is an 1850s building which sits next to the University of the Arts London in the Granary Building and is currently being used for offices relating to the development. Works to the outside of the building will be kept to a minimum preserving as much of the historic fabric as possible in much the same style as that of the highly acclaimed Granary Complex. The refurbishment will include some external alterations including refurbished and new windows and some replaced door entrances. Internally, the plans include a new lift, a new atrium between first and second floor levels, changes to the ground floor level to the western elevation to allow for level access and the removal of internal partitions. It is intended that the upper floors will be used for offices and the ground floor will be a flexible office or gallery space. The basement will accommodate cycle parking, a shower, a kitchen and educational workshops.
The works are scheduled to complete Q4 2013, with the scheme let to the UK Arts Fund.