Description of 107 New Bond Street
107 New Bond Street is a commercial building in Mayfair, London W1.
2017 - The existing building is a 5-storey neo-classical building with basement. The building probably dates back to 18th-century (Heritage Statement by Stephen Howard Gray, 2017).
2017 December - Westminster City Council grants planning permission for: Demolition behind the retained New Bond Street facade (including demolition of building fronting Haunch of Venison Yard) and erection of a building comprising basement, ground and three upper storeys to New Bond Street and ground and four upper storeys to Haunch of Venison Yard. Use of basement, ground, and first floors (New Bond Street)/ first and second floors (Haunch of Venison Yard) as retail (Class A1); use of second and third floors (New Bond Street)/third and fourth floors (Haunch of Venison Yard, including entrance at ground floor level) as offices (Class B1). Office and retail servicing entrance to be via Haunch of Venison Yard. Erection of roof level plant within enclosure. The new building is designed by McDonald Architects. Heritage statement prepared by Stephen Howard Gray. Ref. no. 17/08799/FULL.
1. Westminster City Council westminster.gov.uk/online-applications