Welcome to the consultation website about the future of Lansdowne House, a major commercial building on the southern side of Berkeley Square, Mayfair.

Current Site

About Lansdowne House

The site of the current Lansdowne House was originally part of the gardens of Berkeley House, which was built on the north side of Piccadilly in the 1660s.

The original Lansdowne House building was actually located to the west of the site, on what is currently the Lansdowne Club and was built in 1768 by Robert Adam and remained the property of the Shelburne family until 1929.

In the 1930s, the original Lansdowne House (now Lansdowne Club) was altered to create Fitzmaurice Place and enabled the building of Morris House on its former gardens.

Morris House was then redeveloped in the 1980s in a post-modern style and renamed Lansdowne House, creating the building we see today.

CO-RE is bringing forward proposals to redevelop this inefficient and outdated 1980s commercial building which provides poor-quality office space and fails to contribute to the rich character and history of Berkeley Square.

The original Lansdowne House (now Lansdowne Club) built in 1768

The Proposals

CO-RE is proposing to introduce a landmark commercial building which will frame the southern end of Berkeley Square, providing Grade A office space with a mix of retail uses at the ground floor.

Our proposals include enhancement works to the public realm around the site. These improvements comprise of an enlarged footway along the front of the new building facing Berkeley Square, a significantly wider and enhanced footway along Lansdowne Row and improvements to the existing footways on Berkeley Street and Fitzmaurice Place.

We will shortly be submitting our application to Westminster City Council. However, we remain committed to an ongoing dialogue with our neighbours and if you would like to get in contact please email us at Lansdownehouse@kandaconsulting.co.uk or call 0203 900 3676.

Since our public exhibition in February, we have made several amendments to the design and scale of our proposals, which are summarised here.

For all the material on display at our public exhibition in February, please see here

Proposed Site

Get in touch

To arrange a meeting with the project team or to discuss the proposals, please contact:

0203 900 3676