• Seal House, London
  • Seal House, London
  • Seal House, London

Seal House

Eric Parry Architects have received planning permission for plans to redevelop Seal House in the City of London. The twelve storey scheme located immediately adjacent to the Fishmongers’ Hall was developed for Sellar Properties.

It will replace a William Holford building constructed in the 1970s. The new building provides 13,000 sqm of new office space. It will open up a slightly neglected section of the Thames river walkway by providing new restaurants and terraces at the ground and eleventh floors. A publicly accessible roof garden with landscape designed by Todd Longstaffe Gowan is accessed via public lifts from the Riverwalk terrace. Its location means that it will have unparalleled views up and down the river Thames as well as north to the City of London.



  • Project name: Seal House
  • Client: Sellar Property Group
  • Location: London
  • Services: Architecture, Public Realm


  • Planning Consultant: DP9 Planning Consultants
  • Landscape Architect: Todd Longstaffe-Gowan
  • Structural Engineer: WSP
  • Visualiser: DBOX