DGA to Restore 17th Century Grade II* Listed Charing Cross Townhouse

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DGA to Restore 17th Century Grade II* Listed Charing Cross Townhouse

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Dyer Grimes Architecture have been commissioned to restore a Grade II* listed terraced town house which lies on a historic road between Charing Cross and Victoria Embankment.

Originally built in 1677 as part of the York House estate and first occupied by the Countess of Newburgh, the building has since been used as part of a hotel before being converted for residential use. A restoration is needed to make the building more suitable as a modern home and to reintroduce lost historic details.

We are currently in constructive pre-planning discussions with Westminster City Council and feel very confident that we will soon be able to share news on receiving planning permission and listed buildings consent.

To bolster our application and plans, we are working with renowned historic planning consultancy Montagu Evans. Click here to read Tim Miles from Montagu Evans share his advice on how to win planning permission for a listed building.