Category Archives: Projects

Whitechapel High Street

Location: London E1
Client: R Reiss and Sons
Architect: Clements and Porter

This redevelopment of two terraced properties at the edge of the City of London was to provide two ground floor retail units with basements, and eight, one and two bedroom high specification flats above, with the roof raised to incorporate flat eight within a new storey.

Due to a large extent of structural failure in both of these buildings, parts of which date back to the 18th century, extensive structural repairs were required prior to reinstatement work commencing.

We worked in partnership with the design team to provide a superbly finished development and, to the clients delight, full rental occupancy was achieved almost immediately after completion.

34 Cliveden Place

Location: London SW1W
Client: Private
Architect: Stevens Scanlan

Just a few yards away from Sloane Square this beautiful Georgian property has now been renovated and refurbished to classic and exacting standards with alterations to maximize the use of the lower ground floor with a new kitchen, piano room and conservatory with floors lowered and walls tanked. Upper floors have received new marble clad bathrooms, library and study paneling, rewiring, air conditioning and a luxurious furnishing throughout.

233 High Holborn

Location: London WC1
Client: Atos Origin IT Services UK Ltd.

When you require dilapidations carried out to a deadline cast in stone, your choice of contractor can be extremely limited.

This 60,000 sq. ft office block on 6 floors required a full strip out of tenants’ fixtures and fittings back to the ‘bare walls’. Reinstatement included extensive demolition, full decorations to offices and common parts, suspended ceiling repairs, new lighting, floor covering and mechanical refurbishment. Deadline 12 weeks, completed in 12 weeks.


Steven Hawkings School

Location: London E14
Client: London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Architect: Haverstock Associates

Newly built annexes to provide offices and staff room facilities to this East London special needs school.
Exposed structural steel, face brickwork and Sto rendered surfaces with Kalzip steel roof sheeting provides a modern exterior which both harmonises and contrasts with the existing school. Typical East End ground conditions required a piled and reinforced beam foundation to support this steel and concrete structure.





Hanover House

Location: London WC1
Client: St James Housing Limited
Architect: Delaps Direct

Hanover House is a 7 storey office block on High Holborn. It has benefited from extensive external refurbishment and the refurbishment of the main entrance foyer, lift, stairwell, WC’s and common parts.

The elevations were transformed by extensive joinery, lead and stone repairs in conjunction with cleaning and decorations. Through the use of modern lighting, curved ceiling, solid oak panelling and marble floors the entrance foyer can compete in its West End environment.




7 Old Park Lane

Location: London W1
Client: Egan Lawson/Meridian Properties

The owners of 7 Old Park Lane take great pride in this beautiful office block in the heart of London’s West End. During recent years along with general building maintenance Cityline are proud to have almost exclusively carried out their common parts refurbishment and office dilapidations to the highest specifications.

The highlights of these projects were the recently refurbished entrance foyer, rear entrance and meeting room and the tenant’s toilet blocks.

Richard Atkins School

Location: London SW2
Client: London Borough of Lambeth
Architect: Roughton

Richard Atkins Primary School, a prime example of splendid Victorian educational establishments has recently benefited from an extensive external envelope refurbishment. Over 150 original box sash windows were nearing the end of their life span, but have been rejuvenated using the Epoxy Woodcare system, new draught seals, weight balancing and re-decoration.

With new roof coverings, insulated loft spaces, brick and stone repairs and renewal and repair of the rainwater systems, the building will look sprightly and functional for many years to come.









St. Martins Church, Mortimer Road

Client: St Martins Church
Architect: BCH Architects

Cityline were delighted to receive an order to carryout major refurbishment works at St. Martins Church in Kensal Rise.

The project required us to erect a fully suspended scaffold to the whole of the Nave for electrical installations and decoration whilst maintaining free access to the floor to enable a new under floor heating system to be installed.

The contract also required the provision for disabled access, remodeled toilet and kitchen provision and external paving and repairs.

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Office Refurbishment @ Pall Mall, London

Location: Pall Mall, London SW1Y
Client: Private
Architect: Urban Exchange London

Small but beautiful. This small office on two floors has recently been refurbished by Cityline to provide high specification space for our client. The marble floored reception features contrasting Classic Marmorino and decorated walls with decorative bulkheads and specialist lighting. But the centre piece must surely be the recessed feature glass carved panel depicting the client’s projects throughout the world.

Following damp proofing works, rewiring and the installation of air conditioning the lower ground floor boardroom has been fitted out with symmetrical Canadian Maple veneered paneling with contrasting Wenge recesses and shadow gaps.

Broadford School

Location: Romford Essex
Client: London Borough of Havering
Architects: Mouchel Parkman

The residents of Harold Hill are benefiting from this newly built Nursery unit at Broadford Primary School. The modern, bright and spacious design with generous and safe external play areas provide a pleasant environment for young students beginning there academic life.

The building is a steel frame construction on strip foundations clad with a mix of glazed and coloured rendered panels and face brickwork.