8-10 Basing Street

8-10 Basing Street


8-10 Basing Street

8-10 Basing Street, London W11 1ET
Local Authority:
Kensington and Chelsea

Description of 8-10 Basing Street

8-10 Basing Street is a mixed-use development in Notting Hill, London W11.

The scheme will create new office space for recording studio businesses and 9 residential apartments behind the retained facades of the 17th century chapel.

The chapel building has been used as a recording studio by SARM Records and Island Records. The Basing Street studios are where the original Band Aid charity single was recorded in 1984. It has been used by well known artists including Bob Marley & The Wailers, Queen, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, George Michael, Kylie Minogue, Take That and Rihanna.

Boyer has provided planning consultancy services to a long-standing client concerning this site since 2010.

2017 June 29 - Construction works start on site, reports Boyer.

1. Boyer boyerplanning.co.uk 29.06.2017

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Ladbroke Grove Underground Station
Circle, Hammersmith-city
Portobello Road - 1 min. walking / 14 metres
7, 70, N7

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