The Northcliffe is a historically sensitive reimagining of the former headquarters and print works of the Daily Mail newspaper in Tudor Street, close to Fleet Street, in the City of London.
JRA’s redesign incorporates the Grade II Listed façade of the original 1920s building, and extends the building across two floors to offer 186,700 sq ft of office space centred around a spectacular reimagined atrium. The Northcliffe is WELL Ready and offers extensive amenities, including three new landscaped roof terraces, lounge spaces, a library area, a quiet room, end-of-trip facilities, a café and a retail unit, all unified by references to the building’s post-industrial heritage.
JRA’s design achieved BREEAM ‘Outstanding,’ which only 1% of refurbished buildings have achieved to date, and is certified EPC B. The project exceeds RIBA’s 2030 embodied energy emissions targets. The practice’s sustainable approach has been informed by a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) commissioned by the Client.