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10-11 Lancaster Gate building in November 2018.

10-11 Lancaster Gate building in November 2018.

16.11.2018
10-11 Lancaster Gate building in 2012. The Craven Terrace elevation.

10-11 Lancaster Gate building in 2012. The Craven Terrace elevation.

11.04.2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate building on the left next to Best Western Mornington and Corus Hotel Hyde Park.

10-11 Lancaster Gate building on the left next to Best Western Mornington and Corus Hotel Hyde Park.

11.04.2012
Scaffolding on the building 8. September 2012

Scaffolding on the building 8. September 2012

8. September 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

May 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

May 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

May 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

May 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

May 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate from Craven Terrace

10-11 Lancaster Gate from Craven Terrace

May 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate - View from Craven Terrace.

10-11 Lancaster Gate - View from Craven Terrace.

February 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

February 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate - View to the rear of the building from Craven Terrace

10-11 Lancaster Gate - View to the rear of the building from Craven Terrace

February 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate - Ground level from Craven Terrace

10-11 Lancaster Gate - Ground level from Craven Terrace

February 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate - New Hotel Elaine was due to be opened in April 2012

10-11 Lancaster Gate - New Hotel Elaine was due to be opened in April 2012

February 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate - South facing windows

10-11 Lancaster Gate - South facing windows

February 2012
10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate

February 2012

10-11 Lancaster Gate

Address:
10-11 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3LH
Type:
Residential
Completion:
19th century
Flats:
12
Viewed:
16904

Description of 10-11 Lancaster Gate

10-11 Lancaster Gate is a Grade II listed building in Bayswater, London W2.

A former 60-room Averard Hotel in Lancaster Gate, which opened in 1925.

The freehold site contains two white stucco fronted seven-storey Grade II listed buildings located within the Bayswater Conservation Area.

2017 November - London Property Zone is marketing the building for £26,800,000. April - Winkworth is marketing the building for £35m.

Moments from Kensington Gardens, the nearest underground station is Lancaster Gate (Central Line).

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News: (11)

Estate agent London Property Zone is selling 10-11 Lancaster Gate development for £26,800,000.

See interior photos and more information on the agent’s website.

16/11/2017 17:46 by Buildington

Winkworth is selling 10-11 Lancaster Gate, the former Averard Hotel building, for £35,000,000.

Originally designed as two individual terraced houses and converted into one hotel in 1925. The gross internal space is ca 25,000 sq ft.

For more information contact Winkworth winkworth.co.uk.

29/04/2017 19:04 by Buildington

Westminster City Planning Committee is discussing the latest application for 10-11 Lancaster Gate today.

The applicant proposes a change of use from a hotel to ten apartments. The applicant proposes demolishing the structures to the rear of no. 11 above ground floor level and constructing a new four-storey extension. External alterations, including the reinstatement of railings and a gate to the Craven Terrace frontage are proposed. Internal alterations, including replacement of the existing lift, are also proposed.

The key issues are:
- Loss of the hotel use and provision of residential;
- Provision of an affordable housing contribution and the Vacant Building Credit;
- Impact on the special architectural interest of this Grade 2 listed building and the character
and appearance of the Bayswater Conservation Area; and
- Impact on on-street parking levels.

The applicant does not agree to payment of an affordable housing contribution which makes the proposed development contrary to policy S16 of the City Plan. Accordingly, it is recommended that permission is refused.

Subject to the recommended conditions, the proposed development would preserve the special architectural and historic interest of this listed building. Accordingly, it is recommended that listed building consent is granted, subject to the conditions set out in the draft decision letter.

For full details please visit westminster.gov.uk. Application ref no 15/11987/FULL from December 2015.

21/02/2017 10:28 by Buildington

I am pleased that this beautiful building will be used as serviced apartments. I hope planning permits this. Wish I could afford one. Kind st regards Cold n Parker.

08/06/2016 10:20 by

New scaffolding has been erected at 10-11 Lancaster Gate.

11/09/2012 15:45 by Buildington

The scaffolding was taken down today.

10/07/2012 01:06 by Buildington

New planning application received by Westminster City Council for -

Restoration and refurbishment. Partial demolition of 1957 rear addition and erection of rear extension to Nos. 10 and 11 Lancaster Gate to create a 42 serviced apartments. Existing front vaults to be opened up to increase outside space.

Westminster City Council Ref. No. 12/01722/LBC received 24.02.2012. Source: www.westminster.gov.uk/planning.

10/03/2012 13:11 by Buildington

The planning application received by Westminster Council in January does propose to change the use from hotel (Class C1) to residential (Class C3).

See: www.westminster.gov.uk/services/environment/planning/weekly-lists.

Only once an application is valid will any of the submitted documents be published and available to view on council's website www.westminster.gov.uk/planning.

01/03/2012 02:11 by Buildington

this application is for a 33 room boutique hotel not change to C3 residential?? please check and confirm?

25/02/2012 11:04 by

The reference number quoted above does not appear to work, in fact there appears to be no planning application on Westminsters web page, any further info?

07/02/2012 11:33 by

Planning application submitted for:

Use from hotel (Class C1) to residential (Class C3) with the restoration and refurbishment of the Grade II listed building. Partial demolition of 1957 rear addition and erection of rear extension to Nos.10 and 11 Lancaster Gate to create 12 dwellinghouses, with existing front vaults to be opened up to increase outside space.

Ref. no: 12/00399/LBC Received: 18.01.2012 by Westminster Council. More information: www.westminster.gov.uk/planning

06/02/2012 19:01 by Buildington

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