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U+I has secured planning permission from Hillingdon Council for a 29,000 sq ft flexible workspace at its Old Vinyl Factory in West London.
The complex’s Power House — originally built in 1907 as the power generating plant for record label EMI’s global manufacturing headquarters — will be refurbished to house Plus X — U+I’s flexible workspace brand.
Plans for the building include an events space and café, meeting rooms, private member studios and flexible diskspace, as well as an energy centre which will provide heating and hot water across the whole Old Vinyl Factory development.
Chief development officer at U+I, Richard Upton, says: “By offering inspiring workspace, incredible facilities and countless opportunities for collaboration, the Power House will play a key role in supporting young and established businesses and entrepreneurs to flourish.”
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