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Sensitive restoration

TateHindle receives planning consent for 20+ million residential conversion of Grade-II listed Notting Hill hotel.

 

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Inspired by design led, London development experts Alchemi Group, TateHindle’s proposals for 13-19 Leinster Square in London’s Notting Hill will now ensure the sensitive restoration of the seven existing, stuccfronted terrace buildings into five stylish townhouses and ten elegant, lateral apartments, totalling approximately 4665m2 (50,000ft2).

 

The proposal is the second of a two-phase redevelopment of 7-19 Leinster Square, in collaboration with Alchemi Group to restore the terrace of properties to the original residential usage. The external envelope of the existing buildings will remain, for the most part, unchanged save for much needed and unobtrusive restoration works.

 

The most significant alterations are the addition of a new basement level, the internal reconfiguration of the current hotel layouts, and the introduction of sunken roof terraces and roof plant area into the new mansard roof.

 

 

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Inspired by design led, London development experts Alchemi Group, TateHindle’s proposals for 13-19 Leinster Square in London’s Notting Hill will now ensure the sensitive restoration of the seven existing, stuccfronted terrace buildings into five stylish townhouses and ten elegant, lateral apartments, totalling approximately 4665m2 (50,000ft2).

 

The proposal is the second of a two-phase redevelopment of 7-19 Leinster Square, in collaboration with Alchemi Group to restore the terrace of properties to the original residential usage. The external envelope of the existing buildings will remain, for the most part, unchanged save for much needed and unobtrusive restoration works.

 

The most significant alterations are the addition of a new basement level, the internal reconfiguration of the current hotel layouts, and the introduction of sunken roof terraces and roof plant area into the new mansard roof.

 

 

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The highlights of the proposed works are as follows:

 

  • The Grade II listed terrace is to be restored to its original residential usage creating new high quality family homes

 

 

  • Sensitive wholesale renovation of the dilapidated principal facade is proposed to restore the terrace to its former glory

 

 

  • Sympathetic rationalisation and refurbishment of the rear of the terrace will greatly improve the outlook from neighbouring buildings whilst creating vital external amenity space at lower levels

 

 

  • A comprehensive internal refurbishment will restore much of the original internal plan form as well as reinstate original features throughout the building.

 

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