Stonehaven has won approval for its plans to redevelop Imperial Studios in Fulham.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council’s planning and development control committee approved the scheme at its April 20 meeting.

The proposal is for demolition of the existing building for new flexible commercial floorspace.

It also means the creation of a new pavement, car parking and loading bays and includes landscaping, cycle parking and a substation.

The new building will also include a café and co-working space and communal facilities for occupiers including shower and changing rooms. The café space will be open to visiting members of the public.

The site, opened in 1935, was originally used by the Imperial Gas Light and Coke Company before it was converted to flexible industrial space.

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