46-48 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0EB                                                                                  ...
CONTENTS         1.	    CONTENTS         2.	    INTRODUCTION         3.	    SITE				              CONSERVATION AREA       ...
I N T R O DUCTIO N         Cl i e nt V i si on         The vision for the redevelopment of Grosvenor Gardens House is to  ...
S I TE . C ONS E RV A T ION A RE A         GROSVENOR GARDENS CONSERVATION AREA         WESTMINSTER, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, G...
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)
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Mark Holyoake’s vision for the redevelopment of Grosvenor Gardens House is to restore the significant Grade II listed building to its former glory through a carefully considered regeneration.

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Context study for Grosvenor Gardens House (GGH)

  1. 1. 46-48 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0EB 23-45 Grosvenor Gardens & 42-52 Buckingham Palace Road, London UK - 24.Oct.2011 [DRAFT] G RO S V E N O R G A R D E N S H O U S E C O N T E X T S T U D Y F O R G R O S V E N O R G A R D E N S H O U S E R E V. 1 B IR D ’S E YE AE R IAL PHOTO CONTEXT STUDY FOR GROSVENOR GARDENS HOUSE 2 3 - 4 5 G R O S V E N O R G A R D E N S & 4 2 - 5 2 B U C K I N G H A M P A L A C E R O A D , L O N D O N U K 24.Oct.2011 [DRAFT]
  2. 2. CONTENTS 1. CONTENTS 2. INTRODUCTION 3. SITE CONSERVATION AREA 4. SITE LISTED BUILDINGS 5. SITE ACCESS & MOVEMENT 6. SITE EXISTING BUILDING CONSTRAINTS# 7. SITE CONTEXT STREET ELEVATIONS 1 8. BUILDING HISTORY TIMELINE 1 9. BUILDING HISTORIC REPORT 1 - FLOOR PLANS / GENERAL 10. BUILDING HISTORIC REPORT 2 - FLOOR PLANS / CHIMNEY PIECES 11. BUILDING SCHEME BENEFITSCONTEXT STUDY FOR GROSVENOR GARDENS HOUSE 2 3 - 4 5 G R O S V E N O R G A R D E N S & 4 2 - 5 2 B U C K I N G H A M P A L A C E R O A D , L O N D O N U K 24.Oct.2011 [DRAFT]
  3. 3. I N T R O DUCTIO N Cl i e nt V i si on The vision for the redevelopment of Grosvenor Gardens House is to restore the significant historic fabric of this Grade II listed building to its former glory through a carefully considered regeneration strategy. It is specifically the elevations and dramatic roofscape along Grosvenor Gardens, Beeston Place and Buckingham Palace Road which capture the essence of Thomas Cundy III’s mid-Victorian French Renaissance E LAC style terraces. Some internal features, designed by others, are also NP of significance as highlighted in the historic building report by Donald S TO Insall Associates, although the building has been remodelled various BEE times. The site presents unique challenges calling for innovative solutions to ensure that Grosvenor Gardens House remains a viable, AD EA TO NL RO sustainable building for the foreseeable future without compromising AN E 2 CE its historic value. The aspiration is to create a high quality mixed use ALA scheme with residential accommodation on the upper floors. 23 MP -4 5G Such a scheme can be achieved through a cooperative process with RO HA S VE NG all relevant parties to ensure that the rejuvenated building continues NO RG CKI A to delight the next generation of occupiers and onlookers alike. RD EN BU SCONTEXT STUDY FOR GROSVENOR GARDENS HOUSE 2 3 - 4 5 G R O S V E N O R G A R D E N S & 4 2 - 5 2 B U C K I N G H A M P A L A C E R O A D , L O N D O N U K 24.Oct.2011 [DRAFT]
  4. 4. S I TE . C ONS E RV A T ION A RE A GROSVENOR GARDENS CONSERVATION AREA WESTMINSTER, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON Hotel Rubens BM 8.20m 7.6m NOR PLACE LOWER GROSVE 5.6m 8.0m Eland House Bank Nails BRES S ENDE Ban N PLAC h k E rc hu C E s AC er E et PL LAC AD GR P BM Lake View Court RT O St Carrie SV RO 8. NP The Stag BA 32 EN 7.5m OR O m CE STO H GR r ALA Goring Hotel O E EA SV BE MP TO EN N HA SQ Court EA t OR T Allington Cour TR E E TO UA G S GTON KIN G RE ALLIN N 7.1m House AR R O C W D BU EN AR E 3 S U GR O SQ SV s en N EN Theatre TO OR d ar EA GA G RD e ar EN York u Be S Sq lg n VICTORIA STREET E ra v to AC Ea eY E LO PL AR W ard U Victoria Arcade N ER SQ GO BE PH N Tower LY TO L G EA RA N ET VE TO IL RE ST W ST RE H M UT ET Pri RY EW m SO a ry S U Sc WIL EB S h oo Terminal EW l TO M RE N N TO Abford House UA RO y EA wa SQ il AD Ra R TE EC RE Ebury Gate ES C UA ry LE CH Theatre u SQ ST Eb ST WIL O a t R our N EA TE CE TON ST ES S ia C PH Victoria Station PLA RE EW IP CH PS ET ra v RO M M EW N RY S lg AD TO Sta Be U EB LES tio n e C . EC 0 20 40 80 Met ers Grosvenor Gardens House Conservation AreaCONTEXT STUDY FOR GROSVENOR GARDENS HOUSE 2 3 - 4 5 G R O S V E N O R G A R D E N S & 4 2 - 5 2 B U C K I N G H A M P A L A C E R O A D , L O N D O N U K 24.Oct.2011 [DRAFT]

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