papermill house uxbridge
A conversion of the iconic Xerox complex in Uxbridge into a scheme of apartments.
Papermill House, once the European headquarters of Xerox, is being redeveloped to provide contemporary living spaces in Uxbridge.
BYM acquired the 148,000 sq ft office campus in Uxbridge in 2018 with the intention to convert it into apartments. The West London office campus, previously owned by Legal & General, comprises three buildings.
With its strategic location at the gateway to Uxbridge, Papermill House provided an ideal opportunity to convert the offices into residential units. BYM’s investment team decided to convert the buildings, starting with Bridge House, into residential apartments under permitted development regulations.
A range of small apartments was designed to provide accommodation suitable for first time buyers or buy-to-let landlords.
Planning was obtained for the conversion of the three existing office buildings to residential. The first building, Bridge House, will be converted to 140 apartments.
It is intended to develop Bridge House into a scheme of small apartments targeted at the local market. The remaining buildings were occupied by Xerox until 2020. Multiple planning opportunities are being explored for the remaining buildings.