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Council gives permission to second phase of Primark scheme

The second phase of Oxford Street’s Oriana scheme, which will bring 76,500 sq ft of retail and leisure to the street’s eastern end, has been given the green light by Westminster Council.

The mixed-use scheme, which will also include apartments, will redevelop 26 – 48 Oxford Street and it follows the success of the scheme’s first phase, which saw Primark open its second West End flagship store.

Tim Allibone, asset mangement director at Land Securities, said: Our development will create some of the most outstanding retail and residential accommodation available in one of London’s most famous shopping locations.”

Eric Roseman, director of asset management at Frogmore, added that the second phase of the scheme, combined with the opening of Crossrail, the redevelopment of Centre Point and creation of St Giles Circus, “will see the eastern end of Oxford Street finally come of age”.

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