We were pleased to win an appeal for listed building consent and planning permission for a mansard roof extension to a town house in Belgravia. The Council had raised their objection to such a scheme, but as part of a professional team we considered there were strong arguments for such an extension. The application also received an objection from English Heritage.
However, we successfully demonstrated at appeal that the works would not involve harm to an original part of the building and that a mansard extension was entirely suited to a house of this type. The appeals were allowed by the Inspector. This is the latest success in a number of projects undertaken to listed buildings in the Belgravia area.
Client: private householder
See the old blog site for more work from
2012 and 2011