TfL Liverpool Street Arcade Refurbishment

Conamar are proud to work with Transport for London (TfL) and have now started works on our second retail arcade refurbishment scheme, following the successful completion of the Grade II listed Victoria Arcade refurbishment in 2021; a sympathetic refurbishment to enhance shopper experiences with recreation of traditional timber shop fronts. The scheme won The Great Western Railway Craft Skills Award at the 2021 National Railway Heritage Awards.

Works have now begun on site to transform the Edwardian shopping arcade in Liverpool Street.

The project involves the complex repair and refurbishment of the stonework throughout the building, as well as the sympathetic reinstatement and replacement of windows and metal features, with heritage advice.

Re-roofing to sections of the arcade including replacement and repairs to any damaged areas will also be involved, as well as replacement plant at roof level.

All of the retail units will be stripped out, which will not be occupied, and improvements to the quality and standard of the fixtures and fittings within. There will be large elements of MEP works including removal of the redundant services and new LV panels installed.

One of the most complex aspects of the scheme will be the removal and replacement of new glazed “lantern” at roof level, for which we worked with our designers to develop specialist scaffolding arrangements for access to the area, and safeguard all involved whilst carrying out the works as the London underground travels directly beneath the structure.

26 weeks