The Printworks

Office development
Including Retail use

31-39 Queen Street, BT1 6EA

About The Printworks

31-33 Queen Street is currently three storey, white rendered retail/ office unit and 35-39 Queen Street is a five-storey, red brick former warehouse built between 1895 and 1896.

The buildings at No. 31-33 were constructed around the 1930s and were likely dwellings from the mid-Victorian period. These builtings were likely former dwellings from this time period and have most recently been used as retails units on the ground floor with office space above.

35-39 Queen Street was built in 1895 for R Carswell & Son’s printworks, bookbinders and stationers. The ground floor was previously used as a bingo hall and gym whilst the upper floors were used for office space.

In 2021, Angus Properties submitted a planning application (LA04/2021/0303/F) to redevelop & refurbish 35-39 Queen Street and to demolish and redevelop the site at 31-33 Queen Street to provide cafe/ retail on the ground floor and offices on the upper floors. This development will become known as The Printworks. The newly constructed site at 31-33 Queen Street will extend to five-storeys in heights whilst a two-storey extension would be constructed at 35-39 Queen Street.

Project Information

Size

50000 ft²

Floors

7

Planning References

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