Moxley Architects recently obtained planning approval and Listed Building Consent for an extension to the Grade II listed Chinthurst Hill, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens’ and is an example of one of his earlier large projects.

The proposed extension, for which the working drawing programme is now underway, houses a swimming pool and gym and includes the reinstatement of the original roof level vent from the stables which had been removed by a previous owner.

Planning Approval was granted for our proposals for the demolition of 35-37 Elizabeth Street, construction of a mixed use five storey new build development of four residential units, an A1 retail unit, and the refurbishment of the existing ground floor and basement of the adjacent property, 141 Ebury Street,  to A3 Restaurant use. The scheme was given unanimous approval by the Westminster Councillors on Tuesday 14th April and was commended for its design by the members. Congratulations and thanks to all members the design team.

Following the practice’s success in gaining planning approval for the change of use to residential on The Limes, a Grade II* listed property on Mortlake High Street, we were approached by Winch Design, the lease holders of the neighbouring property, The Old Fire Station, to seek planning approval for a new roof extension to provide additional space for their expanding boat and executive aeroplane design company.

A traditional slate clad mansard, with lead detailing and timber sash windows was proposed for the street (south) elevation with a new roof terrace overlooking the river on the north elevation.

Full planning approval was granted on 21st March 2017.

Planning, Conservation and Listed Building consent was granted for the conversion of the offices at 1 Green Street, Mayfair into 4 self contained residential units along with remodelling and refurbishment works to the basement and ground floor retail unit. 

Back in January Moxley Architects submitted an application for planning and listed building consent approval.

Approval was granted last week, 7th April 2016.

Moxley Architects has obtained planning consent for a site at 32-42 Buckingham Palace Road from Westminster City Council for the Grosvenor Estate. 

The approval is for the conversion of a four storey in the Grosvenor Gardens Conservation Area from retail and office use to updated retail and 23 residential units.

Moxley Architects has obtained two planning consents from Westminster City Council in separate parts of Eaton Square for the Grosvenor Estate. In each case, flats have been combined to produce exceptional lateral apartments within the constraints of the existing Listed buildings. Each flat will provide modern services and restored original features for family living.

In less than eight weeks from introduction to our client, Jewish Blind & Disabled, our scheme at Cecil Rosen Court was granted planning approval by Hertsmere Borough Council at the their committee meeting on Thursday 19th March.

Moxley Architects have been granted planning permission for the redevelopment of the site at 3 Richborne Terrace, SW8 for Ravenswood Capital Management Ltd. The scheme is to replace the existing live/ work property with three high quality houses.

Planning approval has been granted by Westminster City Council for the lateral conversion of 18-22 Weighhouse Street in the heart of the Mayfair Conservation Area. One A1 and one A3 unit at ground and lower ground floors with two apartments at first floor level for The Grosvenor Estate.