Regent Hall

On a site which fronts onto both Oxford Street and Princes Street in the centre of London, Regent Hall is a new cultural building for the Salvation Army which doubles the organisation’s current facilities and reinvigorates its 125-year history in this location.

 

 

Client: Salvation Army

Location: London W1

Status: Developed design

Services Engineer: Hilson Moran Partnership

Structural Engineer: Curtins Consulting

Images: Visualhouse

Regent Hall

On a site which fronts onto both Oxford Street and Princes Street in the centre of London, Regent Hall is a new cultural building for the Salvation Army which doubles the organisation’s current facilities and reinvigorates its 125-year history in this location.

The complex project replaces the existing, cellular building with a new 500 seat Worship Hall for the church, further flexible meeting and office space for the organisation’s own use and a large retail unit.

In addition, the scheme will provide three floors of commercial office space, eight residential apartments, and the Salvation Army’s Outreach programme for homeless people. The project aims to provide a contemporary place of worship and a long term base for the Salvation Army’s central London operations, at the same time creating high quality marketable residential and commercial space for future tenants.

 

 

Client: Salvation Army

Location: London W1

Status: Developed design

Services Engineer: Hilson Moran Partnership

Structural Engineer: Curtins Consulting

Images: Visualhouse