• 11 Belgrave Road

11 Belgrave Road

A unanimous resolution to grant planning consent was achieved for 11 Belgrave Road at the Westminster City Council’s Planning Committee held in August 2020. The project for Quadrum will renew the 1950s office building, with the partial reconstruction, new facades, garden courts and roof terraces providing flexible, contemporary workspace at the heart of Pimlico. We are retaining a significant amount of the existing 1950s concrete structure & foundations as part of an overall strategy to substantially reduce the embodied carbon of the development.

When complete in Q4 of 2023, it will transform the existing site into 108,000 sq. ft of net zero carbon office accommodation. 11 Belgrave also includes 14,000 sq. ft of communal spaces and best-in-class facilities, including a 3,300 sq. ft café and 4,600 sq ft gym. In addition, 13,000 sq. ft of exceptional green space designed by landscape architects Gillespies will be seamlessly woven throughout. There is a 2,600 sq ft private garden at ground floor as well as spacious indoor and outdoor amenity spaces, a private terrace on the sixth and multiple terraces on the seventh floor, plus a rooftop platform offering 360-degree views over London. There will be storage for 178 bikes, 5-star spa-style changing rooms with 19 showers, and 177 smart lockers.

11 Belgrave meets the highest sustainability and wellbeing credentials, taking its place as one of the capital’s most sustainable office buildings. Led by engineering consultancy Max Fordham, it has been designed to be net zero carbon in both construction and operation, surpassing the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge target by 38%. Max Fordham have also led the NABERS process, the WiredScore Platinum Certification and the SmartScore Platinum target, while environmental consultant Delta Green has advised on a design stage BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating and Ekkist on WELL Platinum.



  • Project name: 11 Belgrave Road
  • Client: Quadrum Global


  • Landscape Architect: Gillespies
  • Facade Engineer: FMDC
  • Planning Consultant: Gerald Eve
  • MEP: Max Fordham
  • Structure: Heyne Tillett Steel
  • Visualiser: Hayes Davidson