WHO would have thought it – a listed building at ultra-modern Stockley Park?

Unusually, Stockley is a business estate and public country park, which is listed in the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest.

Now, the Boyer consultancy has secured planning permission to extend a listed office block at the business park in Hillingdon.

The site, at 3 Roundwood Avenue, provides HQ-level office space on ground and first floors, overlooking a lake and mature landscaping.

Following the departure of previous tenants, the landlord commissioned Curve /Workspaces to provide high-quality flexible workspaces.

The consent also allows for a modern extension to be added to the Grade II Locally Listed Building for a reception area, entrance pods and cycle storage.

Boyer planner James Sackley said: ‘It is always a challenge to work with listed buildings in protected locations, but very satisfying to be involved in delivering significant benefits to an important local building and to add to the architectural significance of Stockley Park.”