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Palace of Westminster
Restoration and Renewal Programme
Deloitte has been reappointed to support the Palace of Westminster’s Restoration and Renewal Programme.
A Deloitte Real Estate-led consortium, along with outside firms AECOM and HOK, has been reappointed to support the Palace of Westminster’s Restoration and Renewal Programme, working as part of an integrated team with the client. The Programme has been established to tackle the significant work that needs to be undertaken at the Palace of Westminster.
The agreement to extend the contract that was awarded to the consortium in December 2013 for the preparation of the independent options appraisal was announced by John Thurso MP, spokesman for the House of Commons Commission, and Lord Sewel, Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords, in a written statement to Parliament.
Deloitte Real Estate and AECOM with HOK have been retained to progress a range of further studies through Spring 2016, all aimed at supporting the more detailed planning and design process that will follow a decision in principle. The scope of this incredibly high-profile project demonstrates the impact that the team is making in the market.