Randall’s, Uxbridge

Conversion of Grade II listed art deco department store and construction of three new buildings, to provide 58 new homes in Uxbridge Town Centre.

Iceni Heritage, on behalf of Inland Homes, helped secure Listed Building Consent for the part-demolition, conversion and extension of the Grade II listed former Randall’s Department Store on Vine Street and Cricket Field Road in Uxbridge, as well as the construction of three new residential of up to seven storeys blocks to its rear, within a Conservation Area.

An important local institution for many years, Randall’s is most notable for its impressive 1930s art deco façade, but has undergone various unsympathetic internal changes and extensions and has been vacant since 2015. The site also includes the Old Fire Station, which was considered a positive contributor to the conservation area and curtilage to the Listed Building.

Iceni Heritage prepared a Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment to support the commercial and residential re-use of the Randall’s building, including a roof extension to provide an additional level of apartments, and residential redevelopment of the rest of the site.

The development of the site was granted consent in June 2017 and our appointment has been extended to cover advice on discharging the conditions attached to the consent, including the provision of a Historic Building Recording report.

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