Tellon Capital to redevelop Cassiobury House at Watford Junction, UK

WCN Editorial Team 18 Jan 2021 EUROPE BUILDINGS

UK-based real estate investment company Tellon Capital has secured planning permission for the redevelopment of Cassiobury House at Watford Junction, the UK.

The existing Cassiobury House building, a 1970s-built six-storey structure, will be demolished and replaced by two new linked buildings.

The scheme will feature a 168 bedroom Premier Inn hotel along with a restaurant, and an office accommodation space of approximately 54,000ft2.

Both the buildings will vary in height, with the tallest one reaching up to 13 storeys, while the other up to seven storeys. The buildings will have a basement level car park with parking space for 86 cars and 46 cycles.

The office facility will have a roof terrace, providing far reaching views across Watford.

The project is located close to Watford Junction.

Stace has been chosen for project management and employer’s agent services, and will be responsible for overseeing the planning, design, construction and handover stages.

Architects Corstorphine & Wright provided the design for the scheme, which was approved by Watford’s new Place Shaping Panel.

Construction of the project is expected to begin early next year.

Tellon Capital head of planning Amy Jones said: “We are excited to start work on redeveloping Cassiobury House. The scheme will replace a dated building with attractive accommodation, making efficient use of this important site.  We look forward to delivering this development with Stace’s support.”


Construction of the project is expected to begin early next year. (Credit: Tellon Capital LLP)

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