Entrance to The Arts Club at 40 Dover Street.

Entrance to The Arts Club at 40 Dover Street.

27. October 2013
40 Dover Street

40 Dover Street

September 2011

40 Dover Street

40 Dover Street, London W1S 4NP
19th century

Description of 40 Dover Street

40 Dover Street is a commercial building in Mayfair, London W1.

The Arts Club, founded by Charles Dickens and others in 1863, originally in Hanover Square, has been located at 40 Dover Street since 1893.

In September 2011 the club was refurbished by the new owners Gary Landesberg and Arjun Waney.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Green Park Underground Station
Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
Berkeley Street
22, N22

News: (4)

Application for full planning permission received for:

Erection of a rear infill extension at first to roof levels and extension at rear third level; creation of balconies and terraces at rear second to fourth floor level and a terrace at roof level; and the installation of plant and enclosure at roof level, all in connection with the use of the second to fourth floors as a private members club (sui generis) to be used in connection with the existing club on the lower floors.

Source: Westminster City Council www.westminster.gov.uk/planning
Ref. no: 13/01409/FULL
Date received: 13.02.13

05/03/2013 15:05 by Buildington

New planning application submitted:

Use of existing offices (Class B1) to seven residential units (Class C3) at second, third and forth floors with associated ground floor entrance and extension to the private members club (sui generis) on the mezzanine floor in 40 Dover Street, including minor extensions to the rear facade and a raised roof.

Source: Westminster City Council weekly planning list 8.04.2012. Ref no 12/03455/FULL. Date received: 05.04.2012. More information: www.westminster.gov.uk/planning

18/04/2012 23:58 by Buildington

The Arts Club has been completely refurbished by the new owners property investor Gary Landesberg and restaurateur Arjun Waney.

Designed by David D’Almada of Sagrada, the space consists of a series of individually furnished rooms: a sophisticated Member’s Library, a Brasserie and Oyster Bar with Deco-inspired shagreen tiles and a dramatic geometric Italian marble floor. However, the piece de resistance is surely the Grand Staircase in the heart of the building - creamy white marble with a bronzed balustrade.

Read full story from from The Handbook: http://www.thehandbook.com/666-the-arts-club-news-article.asp

05/10/2011 13:01 by Buildington

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