KDC London is a project-based business specialising in the creative conservation of industrial heritage.
We're committed to and passionate about finding answers to challenging heritage projects. We develop entrepreneurial and innovative solutions to re-use and regenerate significant historic assets, adding economic value and social capital.
The consultancy's best known project is the £3.5m transformation of SS Robin - the world's oldest complete steamship and a Core Collection vessel of the British National Historic Fleet - into a new floating London landmark.
KDC London has also recently completed a design concept and £2.4m funding application for the Big Ocean Project, an exciting regeneration scheme for the Port of Tilbury London Ltd. The scheme will create Britain's first National Museum of Migration at the historic Grade II* listed Tilbury Riverside site on the Thames Estuary, built by Sir Edwin Cooper for the Port of London Authority in 1924.
In addition to its regeneration projects, KDC London also runs Captains of Tomorrow, an innovative training programme for aspiring young entrepreneurs based in the Royal Docks in London's East End, and advises the London Ships Group. KDC London is also involved in the speculative development of a 17th Century stone-built silk works in southern France, destined to become a centre for enterprise training.
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