Description of 9 Millbank
9 Millbank is a residential development in Westminster, London SW1.
Redevelopment of 9 Millbank and The Gatehouse. Part of the original Imperial Chemical House adjoining Nobel House, a Grade II listed building from 1929, will be conserved and refurbished for residential use.
Ergon House will be demolished and new Millbank Quarter building will be constructed.
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments from £999,950 launching 14th and 15th April 2018.
Interior design by Goddard Littlefair.
- Pool, spa, and gym
- Tranquil courtyard garden
2017 April - Planning permission for:
Construction of residential building on the site of Ergon House of nine storeys above ground to provide up to 108 residential units, provision of ground floor level retail unit (Class A1) and associated basement works, Deed of Variation to the S106 legal agreement for planning permission 13/09737/FULL in order to apply relevant provisions to this current application. (9 Millbank and The Gatehouse, Dean Bradley Street and demolition of Ergon House to be implemented under planning permission reference 13/09737/FULL). Westminster City ref. no. 16/06616/FULL.
2014 July - Planning permission for:
Demolition of Ergon House and construction of eight storey residential building incorporating a ground floor retail unit (Class A1) and partial demolition and reconstruction of rear wing of 9 Millbank and conversion to residential use to provide 161 residential flats. Conversion of the gatehouse on Dean Bradley Street to provide a single dwelling unit. Provision of basement car parking and landscaped courtyards. Westminster Council ref no 13/09737/FULL.
1988 - Imperial Chemical House is sub-divided by the GMW Partnership and becomes Norwest House at 9 Millbank (south part) and Nobel House (north part and to the square).
1981 - 9 Millbank together with Gatehouse and Nobel House is Grade II listed.
1929 - 9 Millbank is built as Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) headquarters.
1927 - Ergon House is built as electricity works and associated offices. Originally designed by Charles Stanley Peach.
1. Westminster City Council westminster.gov.uk
2. Design and Access Statement by Eric Parry Architects for Planning Application ref. no. (opens in a new window)
13/09737/FULL; September 2013 westminster.gov.uk