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Travelodge for Chalk Farm Road

For Anglo Scottish Properties PLC

No1 Marylebone @ Sir John Soane's Holy Trinity NW1

Permanent planning and listed building consents were granted following three consecutive planning committee meetings and a site visit by the committee in Autumn 2010.

See drawings and details.

A third temporary permission was granted March 2010 for use as a conference and events centre including fine art exhibition while restoration works continue.









Saving St Mark's,
North Audley Street W1

NEW Listed Building application submitted in July 2009. This will allow early repair and adaptation for use as a conference and events centre. A Certificate was issued for this use last year.
The 'MAYFAIR HEALTH' scheme goes to appeal. Public Inquiry in November 2009. English Heritage sides with the appellant.

Now subject to JR, the works of repair and conservation for use as a conference centre and venue are now underway.








Fitzroofs Partnership
Roof extensions across two facing terraces in the Primrose Hill conservation area for 12 owners coming together to make a single application. In association with HTA Architects. Permission granted in February 2010.






BWCP has been advising 'CBAG' on their opposition to this controversial scheme which was withdrawn by the developer in July 2009.    






Elsworthy Road residents seize the initiative

Acting for the Elsworthy C A Residents LLP, BWCP has been advising on their opposition to an inappropriate development in the conservation area. Most recently giving evidence in support of Camden against the developer's 4 appeals all of which were dismissed in March 2010.    





12A Hays Mews W1

Scheme for the redevelopment of the mews and the provision of a trading floor with a green roof between the mews and the listed building at 14 Charles Street Mayfair for a major European financial institution. The resulting building will replace existing residential floor space as well as adding office space.

December 2008










Smoking roof terrace for The Boisdale jazz and cigar club in Eccleston Street, Belgravia

This very special Scottish restaurant sells more Havana cigars that any establishment in the UK. Obtaining permission for the construction and use of this roof terrace provides pleasure for its many members and safeguarded not a few jobs.



Flats and office space in Hatch End

Expansion of radio studios in Great Titchfield Street for Wise Buddah Creative

One of TCDD'S three floating dry docks at Piper's Wharf. Below: The Guardian's story – part of our campaign.

Piper's & Badcock's Wharves: London's principal boat repair yard under threat

The site on the shore of the Greenwich Peninsula is affected by a £600m development proposal, Greenwich Wharf, by L&R.
The owner, Thames Craft Dry Docking Services, has instructed BWCP to make representations to the borough, to give evidence before the Development Plan inspector and to negotiate with his freehold landlord for a suitable relocation without interruption of his business which maintains the majority of the ferry and tourist craft on the Thames and has built many of the piers.
As a result a new £3.5m yard at Bay Wharf has been granted consent for relocation as a condition of the main development.
Conversion to flats has been permitted by RBK&C for these distinguished Edwardian artists' studios which face north across Edwardes Square.
Alternative proposals for a single large family house have been submitted for owners Blackcap Ltd. January 2009.
The Trafalgar Tavern, Maritime Greenwich

Permissions now granted for rooftop accommodation and, separately, for external works and sitting-out area.
For consultation options and details please click on image.

Stockwell Street World Heritage Site, Greenwich

For latest update and consultation on the larger scheme, please click on upper image to the left.
This explains the background to the proposals, the amended application scheme which was submitted in August 2002 and circulated for further consultations, and the scheme which modifies the amended proposals following these consultations.

The site was sold for over £12m to Capital & Counties in 2007. Our client Greenwich House Properties continues to manage the site.

A revised design for the smaller scheme which excludes the railway land was submitted at the end of April 2005. Click the lower image at left for details.
Rivington Street, Shoreditch: project for gallery and head quarters for occupation by inIVA.
Granted full planning permission March 2004. The Arts Council lottery funded arts centre has been completed: David Adaje architect. Adjacent infill mixed scheme: Won on appeal 2005.
Masterplan policy for Carmel College, Wallingford

Representations made instructing Christopher Lockhart Mummery QC before the Local Plan Inquiry Inspector July 2004; outcome awaited.

New town houses for Greenwich town centre

Now built and sold: For detailed plans and images see: http://www.designforhomes.org

Orion-Citadines: UK's first apart-hotel – opposite the Barbican