Description of 35 Old Queen Street
Queen Anne's Gate Buildings at 29-35 Old Queen Street is an eight-storey Edwardian block on the south side of St James' Park in London SW1.
The Queen Anne Revival style red brick building will be developed into luxury residences. The site is in the Birdcage Walk Conservation Area but it is not listed.
2016 July - Planning permission granted for:
16 self-contained flats and associated external alterations including remodelling of existing mansard, creation of a roof extension, associated plant and roof terrace and replacement of windows. Westminster City Council ref no 16/01796/FULL.
2015 - Galliard sold the building to Old Queen Street Properties.
2014 March - Planning permission granted for:
Use of the building to provide 22 self-contained flats (Class C3). Replacement of roof level mechanical plant and erection of screened plant enclosure. Use of the roof as an amenity terrace with associated perimeter railing enclosure. Westminster City Council ref no 13/10291/FULL.
2013 - Galliard bought the building from Land Securities in for £21,5m.
Formerly European Council of Foreign relations building, 35 Queen Street was built in 1920-30s and converted into office in 1945.
The site is within walking distance of Westminster and St James’s Park underground stations, London Victoria Rail Station and a main bus route on Victoria Street.