Park Square West


London, England

2016


A Grade I listed building which is part of the Crown Estate freehold assets. We have obtained an exceptionally complex full planning permission as well as listed building consent for a basement extension. Included in the planning permission was a complete renovation of this beautiful building keeping its original features and extending the main house and its Mews with a 75m2 indoor swimming pool and a 45m2 gym and Spa.

This project was particularly difficult in terms of planning and licensing as it is a listed building with a John Nash facade and it is part of the Crown Estate Regent's park fabric to be preserved and enhanced since its development in the 19th century. Also, the London Underground District line crosses in the vicinity of the site which added more administrative and technical complication to the project. Nevertheless, we have again secured a successful planning permission, working closely with the Crown Estate architects and engineers, Westminster planning department, as well as English Heritage and London Underground authorities.
This comes as a confirmation of our 15 years of uninterrupted successful planning activities in London on various estates and projects which gives us 100% success in all planning applications we have filed to date. We developed the project as Architects and Interior Designers and moved on site for building works which were completed in early 2016.

Park Square West
Park Square West
Park Square West
Park Square West

Park Square West


London, England

2016


A Grade I listed building which is part of the Crown Estate freehold assets. We have obtained an exceptionally complex full planning permission as well as listed building consent for a basement extension. Included in the planning permission was a complete renovation of this beautiful building keeping its original features and extending the main house and its Mews with a 75m2 indoor swimming pool and a 45m2 gym and Spa.

This project was particularly difficult in terms of planning and licensing as it is a listed building with a John Nash facade and it is part of the Crown Estate Regent's park fabric to be preserved and enhanced since its development in the 19th century. Also, the London Underground District line crosses in the vicinity of the site which added more administrative and technical complication to the project. Nevertheless, we have again secured a successful planning permission, working closely with the Crown Estate architects and engineers, Westminster planning department, as well as English Heritage and London Underground authorities.
This comes as a confirmation of our 15 years of uninterrupted successful planning activities in London on various estates and projects which gives us 100% success in all planning applications we have filed to date. We developed the project as Architects and Interior Designers and moved on site for building works which were completed in early 2016.

Park Square West
Park Square West
Park Square West
Park Square West