Established in 1988, Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) is one of the UK’s leading fund management companies, providing investment management solutions to both wholesale and institutional clients such as not-for-profit organisations, local authorities and the insurance sector. RLAM aims to uphold the aims of sustainable development:
With these goals in mind, RLAM has appointed an expert team to deliver the renewal of the Lancashire Court Estate.
Morrow + Lorraine has worked across the City of Westminster, London and the South of England to reimagine buildings in sensitive locations.
Morrow + Lorraine is a London–based architectural practice with a track record of creating enduring and thoughtful buildings underpinned by sustainable design principles. Their work aspires to anticipate the demands of the future whilst maintaining a profound respect for the past.
The Project Team
the South of England to reimagine buildings in sensitive locations
Morrow and Lorraine’s scheme at 116 Marylebone Lane, the refurbishment of the former Cordon Bleu cookery school to create a 10,000 sq ft office building in the heart of the Harley Street Conservation Area.
Morrow and Lorraine’s scheme at Weymouth Mews, W1, which involved the demolition of an existing building within the curtilage of a grade II*-listed building and replacement with a new development of five residential units spread over four storeys behind a retained façade.