Haileybury

Extension and development of historic Haileybury

Description

Beacon were first appointed to help secure planning and listed building consent for the extension of the grade II listed Allenby House, a boarding house for pupils. Following pre-application advice, we prepared the Heritage Statement to support the applications which were granted in March 2011.

Later in 2011, we were appointed to assist in proposals to enclose Grubber Court which is part of the main Grade II* listed range of the college. We again helped the architects in gaining planning and listed building consent through liaison with English Heritage and preparation of the Heritage Statement.

Continuing our association with the college, we were appointed in 2012 to assist with gaining consent for further alterations and extensions to the main Grade II* listed quadrangle of the college – Kipling and Batten House. The single storey extension to this boarding house was granted permission in July 2012 and amended later in the year.

We were appointed again in 2012 to assist with proposals for extension and alteration of Hailey House and Bradby Hall, both Grade II listed buildings. The scheme involved demolition of later, less significant, buildings between the principal building ranges and replacement with new 3-storey accommodation containing teaching and residential spaces. A glazed atrium to the Music School also formed part of the proposals. Planning permission and listed building consent was gained in April 2013.

Outcome

Planning permission and listed building consent granted.

 
ClientHaileybury and Imperial Service College
LocationHertfordshire
AppointedDecember 2010
Services providedAdvice   Application  
BP teamJenni Mason   Joanna Burton  
ArchitectCowper Griffith Associates
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