Limehouse Police Station

Feasibility study for a Metropolitan Police Headquarters to replace Limehouse Police Station in East London.

The feasibility study covered 21 design options to accommodate a core brief of 2,000 desks, 3,000 lockers, 20 horse stables, dog kennels, taser and shooting facilities, armouries, and parking for 300 police vehicles, with options for headquarters functions to replace the existing offices in the Empress State Building in West London, the City of London Police offices, facilities for the London Fire Department and partial commercial/residential development.

Architect: Atkins, Client: The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), Quantity Surveyor: Faithful & Gould