Dyer Grimes Architecture has received planning permission for an extensive but sensitive refurbishment on a Grade II listed building on Lawrence Street, also known as Monmouth House after the long-since-demolished Manor House that once stood on the site. Unfortunately, the site has been subject to a long history of heavy-handed repairs and unsympathetic alterations, so…

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Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Chelsea. We’re delighted to have been granted permission by Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council to proceed with the renovation and first floor extension of a Grade II Listed house on Cheltenham Terrace in the Royal Hospital Conservation Area. Despite the highly protected status of the house, Kensington and…

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Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Chelsea. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council to proceed with the addition of a new rear and lower ground floor side extension to a period terraced house in the Sloane/Stanley Conservation Area. After a successful appeal, we convinced…

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Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Notting Hill. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Kensington and Chelsea council to proceed with the ambitious redevelopment of a five-storey Victorian terraced house on Westbourne Grove, within the Pembridge Conservation area of Notting Hill. Due to similar redevelopments in the surrounding area and a…

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