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Consent awarded for Grade II listed terrace in Bayswater   
5 August 2015 | Posted by Joanna Burton
A project in Bayswater has been given the green light by Westminster City Council
A property in an impressive Victorian Grade II listed terrace within the Bayswater Conservation Area has been granted planning and listed building consent for its refurbishment and extension. Historically converted into a number of apartments, many works had been undertaken to the building rather unsympathetically over the years. This project will reverse many of these unfortunate changes and deliver high quality residential living accommodation, thereby revealing lost heritage significance and helping to preserve the building in the long term.

A previously refused proposal to extend the property at the rear to create a separate mews house was also granted consent. This is a development that many neighbouring properties have already made thereby restoring a sense of consistency to the streetscene at the rear, as well as delivering much needed family accommodation within this popular area of central London.

Beacon Planning worked closely with the architects, client and planning consultant to develop this successful scheme, and prepared the Heritage Statement in support of the application.