One Museum Street


Welcome to the project website for One Museum Street.

This website shows our plans for One Museum Street (also known as Selkirk House) – a now vacant site on Museum Street and High Holborn formally occupied by Travelodge, an NCP car park and its adjacent buildings on West Central Street.

Over the last few years, we have been talking to people and groups about our proposals for an office-led mixed-use development, which would provide new residential and commercial uses and new public realm, including a pedestrian route through the site linking West Central Street with High Holborn.

In 2020 and 2021 we held a digital consultation including surveys, stakeholder meetings and online consultation events on our proposals. We heard that local residents and groups had concerns about the proposed height, the balance between homes and office space and a desire to see a sustainable scheme which responds to the climate change crisis.

Since then, we have been working hard with our project team and the London Borough of Camden to take feedback on board. This website shows our updated proposals and some key commitments we’re making as a result of the feedback and comments.

The current condition of the One Museum Street and West Central Street buildings

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In Late March and April 2022 we held a series of public consultation events on the revised proposals, including a webinar on Zoom and an in-person exhibition over two days.

You can read a copy of the boards displayed at the exhibition below.

You can also watch the recording of the webinar below. This was held on 30 March 2022, and includes a presentation by DSDHA on the revised proposals and a Q&A session with attendees and the project team.


The previous proposals can be seen in the consultation packs prepared for phase one and phase two in 2020 and 2021

The Team

LabTech connects millions of annual visitors to central London property in our Camden and West End asset hubs — delivering endless opportunities to shop, network and collaborate. LabTech provides ways to work, stay, shop and play and connects millions of annual visitors to central London property in our Camden and West End

DSDHA is an architecture, urban design and spatial research studio, established by Deborah Saunt and David Hills. More than bricks and mortar, their projects are about people. They bring projects to life and design them to evolve after completion.

They have been awarded 19 RIBA Awards, have twice been nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award, and have also been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize.

Scotch Partners are a London based design consultancy offering expertise in sustainability. We believe that sustainable and efficient design engineering delivers the highest quality buildings and internal environments.