Description of 8-10 Great George Street
8-10 Great George Street is a building in Westminster, London SW1.
A development of 134 hotel suites above a ground floor
The existing 8-storey building was completed in 1930 as the offices for the Middlesex County Council. Before the redevelopment, the building was home to the Liberal Democrats London headquarters.
2019 April - Planning application submitted for: Use of part ground and upper floors as a 134-room hotel (Class C1); use of part lower ground as a leisure suite (Class D2); use of ground floor as restaurant/bar (Class A3/A4), external alterations, including demolition to include the removal of the rooftop plant enclosures and replacement with a single-storey extension, remodelling of the Little Sanctuary elevation and introduction of balconies and lightwells. Designed by TPM Studio. Westminster Council ref. no. 19/02730/FULL.
2013 - Proposals presented to Westminster City Council (ref. no. 13/10511/FULL):
Use of part ground floor and upper floors as 21 residential flats (Class C3), use of part lower ground floor and part ground floor as restaurant (Class A3) and use of part basement and part lower ground floor for residential parking. External alterations including the removal of rooftop plant enclosures and replacement with a single storey extension, remodelling of the Little Sanctuary elevation and introduction of balconies to lightwells. Campbell Architects for Hermes.
- Westminster City Council www.westminster.gov.uk/planning