Providing advice on the architectural and historical significance of listed buildings in connection with applications for planning permission and listed building consent.

99-121 Kensington High Street, London

We advised on and prepared a series of heritage statements in support of successful applications for listed building consent for works within this vast Art Deco former department store, originally Derry and Toms and later Biba.

50 Hallam Street, London

This grade II building in the Harley Street Conservation Area, is one of a pair of institutional buildings, with an unusual early 20th century facade of eclectic classical composition. Our report assessed the building’s significance and the potential impact of the proposed conversion into three apartments (which was approved).

St Joseph's College, Mill Hill, London

We produced a report in support of a successful proposal to convert this mid-Victorian grade II listed building, and advised on the evolution of the original scheme (for a care home) into a fully residential development, for which consent was granted. Formerly a college for the first Catholic missionary society in England, its significant elements were retained, while 20th century extensions were redeveloped to provide modern accommodation.

‘Wispers’, Stedham, West Sussex

The former St Cuthman’s Park School occupied a late 19th century former country house by Norman Shaw, in a distinctive neo-vernacular style. Our advice focused on the conversion of the house and ancillary buildings to residential units, subsequently approved and implemented.

The London Clinic, 23 Devonshire Place, London

We analysed the evolution and significance of this smart, grade II listed, late-Georgian London town house to inform its conversion into accommodation for the Clinic, as part of a larger redevelopment scheme on the adjacent site, now completed.