Withernay Projects has provided access consultation and reporting for the following schemes. 

Lakeside Centre Thamesmead

Pigeons outside the Lakeside Centre in November 2011.

Pigeons outside the Lakeside Centre in November 2011.

Architect: Architecture 00
Client: Bow Arts Trust
Currently under construction, the project will transform the Lakeside Centre into 40 new affordable creative workspaces, a cafe, training kitchen, facilities for boating activities and an early years day nursery.

Hornsey Town Hall

Art deco balustrade in Hornsey Town Hall.

Art deco balustrade in Hornsey Town Hall.

Architect: Make
Client: Far East Consortium
Hornsey Town Hall is a 1930s civic building in the London Borough of Haringey. The Grade II* listed building has been largely disused since 2004. The proposed restoration and refurbishment (designed by Make Architects) comprises an arts centre, 67 room hotel, 146 new residential units, works to the public realm, including the forecourt of the Town Hall, cafe; flexible community spaces; and co-working spaces. The arts centre includes the large theatre and two cinemas.

Hanover Square

Hanover Square in May 2016. © Rachael Marshall 2016.

Hanover Square in May 2016. © Rachael Marshall 2016.

Architect: Publica.
Client: Westminster City Council
Public realm proposal for the gardens, and pedestrian, motor and cycle routes for a historic square in central London. The proposals incorporate the approach to the new Bond Street (East) Elizabeth Line station.

Withernay Projects has advised the design team about access and inclusion throughout the early stages of developing the proposals.

Kettner's Townhouse, Westminster

Early twentieth century canopy to Kettner's on Romilly Street in Soho. © Rachael Marshall 2014.

Early twentieth century canopy to Kettner's on Romilly Street in Soho. © Rachael Marshall 2014.

Architect: Soda.
Client: Soho Estates.
Withernay Projects worked with Soho Estates and Soda. to prepare a planning application for the Kettner's Townhouse site in Soho. The large and complex site comprises fifteen adjoined and interlinked buildings, eleven of which are Grade II listed.

The proposed development will provide step-free accommodation to Soho House Private Members' Club for the first time in its existence, and significantly improved access to the Kettner's parts of the buildings. The ground floor restaurant will be refurbished and 28 new guest rooms will be created on the upper storeys, including five accessible rooms.

MK Gallery, Milton Keynes

MK Gallery, Milton Keynes. © Rachael Marshall 2014.

MK Gallery, Milton Keynes. © Rachael Marshall 2014.

Architect: 6a Architects.
Client: MK Gallery
Withernay Projects provided an access audit report of the existing access provision and proposed access strategy in support of the MK Gallery's Arts Council England funding application.

443 - 449 Holloway Road

Proposed development at 443 - 449 Holloway Road. Image courtesy of Lynch Architects.

Proposed development at 443 - 449 Holloway Road. Image courtesy of Lynch Architects.

Architect: Lynch Architects
Client: Westheath Projects Ltd
Access consultancy and planning access Statement for residential and commercial uses inserted into and onto existing buildings, and refurbishment of theatre school. Planning permission was granted in January 2014.

Private House, Camden

Architect: Prewett Bizley Architects
Access consultancy to support conversion of a property from office use back to a large private residence.