Stanhope Gate Architecture’s Residential Project in Holland Park receives planning permission

Stanhope Gate Architecture’s Residential Project in Holland Park has received planning permission from The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

We are pleased to announce that our Holland Park residential project has just received planning permission from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

The site sits within the grounds of a Grade II listed building constructed in 1893 as the house and studio of the playwright and painter Walford Graham Robertson.

Permission has been granted for demolition of a garage block and for the development of a two storey building plus mansard roof and single basement containing two high quality dwelling houses.

The proposal also includes new boundary treatments, incorporating metal gates and railings to the front of the property and a comprehensive landscaping scheme to the entire grounds.

The building takes the typology of the artist studio as an orangery as the appropriate model. The architectural language has been developed with consideration to the context and it has been carefully proportioned and detailed to sit in harmony with the existing listed building.