This new residential development in Holborn, London, will contain 221 luxury apartments.
Above ground, the development will comprise nine floors formed in reinforced concrete with a heavily-articulated handset stone and aluminium façade. Basement level one will house car parking space, while basement level two will include the main plant area and amenities such as a swimming pool, sauna, cinema room, private dining areas and kitchens. Some of the apartments will have private gardens, and there will also be an enclosed courtyard with a children’s play area and mature trees.
48 Carey Street is located on an island site bounded by the Royal Courts of Justice, New Court Chambers, the London School of Economics and the Royal College of Surgeons. Our client, Lodha Group, is India’s largest residential developer by volume and this is their first development in the UK.
On arrival, visitors will receive a visitors induction and a presentation of the project progress to date, following the project through from start to current progress.
Visitors will then be escorted onto site in their groups and taken to designated areas for viewing. The groups will also be taken to the highest to take in the amazing views of the London skyline.
Multiplex has a strict safety/media policy and therefore, we are unable to allow any use of mobile phones/cameras on site.
The visit will last approximately 60-90 minutes. Please be sure to arrive on time.
48 Carey St
NO PARKING IS AVAILABLE ON SITE, BUT MAY BE AVAILABLE NEARBY
The site is located behind the Royal Courts of Justice, just off Kingsway. The nearest tube stations are Holborn and Temple.
The site entrance is on the junction of Portugal street and Carey Street, on the north western corner of the site.
|Length of Visit||1 and Half Hours|
|Maximum Group Size||10|
|Register by||March 17, 2019|
Unfortunately, due to insurance requirements, we are not able to accomodate anyone who is under 18. We apologise for this. If we suspect that attendees may be under 18, then we reserve the right to ID them and remove them from site where neccesary.