Pink Floyd Studio for ‘The Wall’ Torn Down for Luxury Apartments

By Robyn Collins

London’s Britannia Row studio, where Pink Floyd recorded their classic 1979 album The Wall, will be leveled and converted into luxury apartments, TeamRock.com reported.

Related: Pink Floyd to Reissue Catalog on Vinyl

Last night (June 28), a planning committee at Islington Council agreed to a proposal for the Victorian warehouse and listed church hall in the Canonbury district of Islington to be transformed into eight luxury apartments.

Islington Council received 11 objections to the plans lodged by Britannia Row Ltd, mostly from individuals concerned about the proposed height of the extension. Council planning chiefs fought to ensure that at least part of the building will be retained for office and studio space.

 

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