Conamar appointed by Howard De Walden Estate for £1.3m Marylebone refurbishment

The Howard de Walden Estate has appointed family-owned building contractor Conamar to deliver the £1.3 million refurbishment of 50-52 New Cavendish Street, in London W1. As part of the project, Conamar will also be completing associated works to 48 New Cavendish Street, and 18 Marylebone Mews.

The refurbishment of 50-52 New Cavendish Street, will prepare the property for medical use. It is a full refurbishment, which includes the construction of a new internal passenger lift and shaft, façade alterations, structural alterations, full internal reconfiguration, and new mechanical and electrical installations. Associated work includes the extension of new fire and smoke detection systems, and the renewal of windows to 18 Marylebone Mews.

Conamar has worked with the Howard de Walden Estate on a number of projects. The estate is owned directly and indirectly by members of the Howard de Walden Family. It owns, leases and manages the majority of the 92 acres of real estate in Marylebone which comprises the area from Marylebone High Street in the west to Robert Adam’s Portland Place in the east and from Wigmore Street in the south to Marylebone Road in the north

Neil Dower, Managing Director of Conamar said: “Once the refurbishment is complete, 50-52 New Cavendish Street will become a contemporary, medical facility in one of the most desirable areas in London. We are delighted that we have been appointed once again by the Howard de Walden Estate and look forward to delivering the refurbishment to the standard they have come to expect from us.”

The refurbishment works will be complete by spring 2014.