BLDA working closely with their client and planning consultant have achieved planning permission for the use of former office premises as a private house in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. This is a landmark decision coming as it does after the blanket ban on such changes of use in the area.
On 24th June 2014, BLDA architects achieved planning and listed building consent for a 5,500 sq foot duplex penthouse apartment with terraces at Oceanic House, Pall Mall; an important Grade 2 listed building, the former London offices of the White Star Line. See the Oceanic House Project Page here
On 4th February we achieved planning and listed building consents for our client for 7 basement schemes within the gardens of listed buildings in Chelsea. High quality design backed by technical expertise won over the day. Planning Consultants were Kevin Scott Consultancy.
Following our earlier work in the South Downs National Park, which was also used as an exemplar scheme by the Energy Saving Trust, we are retained by developer Greentithe to explore a community trust residential scheme in Suffolk. It is envisaged this will showcase various very low energy open market homes, some of which may […]
BLDA have just secured planning and listed building consents for the super prime residential conversion from office use at Oceanic House, Pall Mall, London SW1. The building is listed Grade II. Westminster City Council welcomed the new residential use. Councillor Mitchell said “it is an improvement on what is there and a good scheme.” Construction […]
BLDA Architects has recently achieved planning permission at appeal for a new residential villa in St John’s Wood. Adjacent to a group of listed buildings, the designs featured a substantial double basement in close proximity to them. The LA, though supportive of the design and massing above ground, as a result of local pressure became […]