Planning and listed building consents granted for demolition and new build house in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Rodic Davidson Architects has obtained planning and listed building consents for the demolition of an existing Grade II listed mews building located in the RBKC’s Hans Town Conservation Architecture Area and its replacement with a new build contemporary house, incorporating an additional mansard floor and a two-storey subterranean basement extension.
Working closely with Savills Planning and Turley Heritage, Rodic Davidson Architects developed a proposal that enhances the group value of the property alongside its immediate neighbour as well as reference the mews typology of the street.
The highly context sensitive contemporary approach was agreed with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s planning and conservation officers as well as with their special Architectural Appraisal Panel.
Prior consultations with the neighbours and local amenity groups ensured that no objections were received during the formal application process and consent was granted under delegated powers.