Consent for Burnt Oak Savoy plan

EEH Ventures have been granted consent for the redevelopment of a former cinema and bingo hall in Burnt Oak into a 100,000 sq ft co-working and co-living scheme.

The conversion of the Grade II Listed former Savoy Cinema includes roof and side extensions, to convert it into a 99,987 sq ft 125 home scheme with a gym, library, launderette, cinema room, lounges, and a publicly accessible café at ground floor.

The existing roof to the building would be demolished and replaced with a new three-storey roof extension, alongside the building of a new seven-storey side extension on the northern portion of the site. There are  associated external alterations to the building, including repairs to the original cinema building with a light touch to the street facades, reinstating the main entrance and signage.

The proposal also includes improvements to the public space along Burnt Oak Broadway including new street tree planting and benches.

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