From the feedback received from the residents’ meeting held on 8th November (associated presentation can be viewed here), it was clear that the developers are not intending to proceed with the previously consented scheme and are instead planning to make a new application.
The following email was received from the Tenter House team which highlights that the original proposals for the scheme have been subject to change and that a public exhibition to show these revised plans is to be held on Tuesday 28th November. Details of the background to the development can be seen on the TenterHouse website.
Details of Public Exhibition
As you may be aware, planning permission was granted in September 2020 for a new office building to replace the existing Tenter House. In addition to the provision of high-quality offices, that proposal included improvements to the surrounding public realm. Preparatory works are now commencing on-site, with consultation underway regarding full demolition. Since the scheme’s inception, we have been working with the City of London Corporation and neighbours to identify improvements to the plans, one of which includes maximising accessibility and permeability to the site and adjacent City Point Plaza.
We are now ready to present these updated plans to the local community in a public exhibition. This public exhibition will be held on Tuesday 28 November, 4pm – 7pm at 26 Finsbury Square, EC2A 1DS. Senior members of the project team will be present to answer questions and speak with attendees. We will also be gathering formal feedback throughout this process.
We hope to see you at the exhibition. In the meantime, if you have any questions about the proposals, please contact us on:
P: 0800 092 0425
Our website https://tenterhouse.co.uk will also be kept up to date as the project progresses.