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Front elevation of Tenby House.

Front elevation of Tenby House.

30.04.2012
Tenby House on Hallfield Estate

Tenby House on Hallfield Estate

27 April 2012
Tenby House in Spring 2012

Tenby House in Spring 2012

27 April 2012
Hallfield Estate map

Hallfield Estate map

4.3.2011
Tenby House on Hallfield Estate

Tenby House on Hallfield Estate

4.3.2011
Tenby House in March 2011.

Tenby House in March 2011.

4.3.2011

Tenby House

Address:
Hallfield Estate, London W2 6ED
Type:
Residential
Completion:
1958
Viewed:
5939

Description of Tenby House

Tenby House is a residential block on Hallfield Estate in Bayswater, London W2.

The building was designed by Berthold Lubetkin.

The nearest tube station is Bayswater on Queensway (5 minutes' walk. Paddington Station is 10 minutes' walk from here.

Connected Companies

Property Manager:

News: (2)

Work has begun at Tenby, Pembroke and Reading House.

► Pembroke, Reading and Tenby Houses - spring / summer 2012
► Taunton Marlow and Winchester House - autumn 2012 / winter 2012/13
► Newbury House - winter 2012 / spring 2013
► Carnarvon, Exeter and Lynton Houses - spring 2013 / autumn 2013
► Worchester, Breacon, Clovelly and Bridgewater Houses - autumn 2013 /spring 2014

The programme may vary, for example due to weather conditions.

The works will include:
- Replacement of windows and french doors, repairs or replacement of the asphalt to walkways and communal doors to stores and rubbish chutes, increasing the size of the gullies to the walkways to improve drainage, concrete and masonry repairs including tiles, redecoration of all previously painted areas. We will also be replacing the doors to tenanted properties. The above work may cause some disruption which we will try to keep to a minimum.

Source: CityWest Homes Bayswater newsletter spring 2012 www.cwh.org.uk

15/07/2012 02:04 by Buildington

Major refurbishment plans for Hallfield Estate revealed as Westminster City Council grants planning permission for:

APPLICATION (A)
Replacement of existing single glazed steel windows and doors on 14 residential blocks and the estate office with aluminium framed, double glazed windows in a pattern to match the existing in the existing window openings on the 10 storey blocks and parts of the living room elevations on the six storey blocks and the estate office.

Installation of new painted timber street doors and double glazed fanlights in a pattern to match the existing, in the existing door openings and installation of new steel framed double glazed windows, in a pattern to match the existing, in the existing window openings on parts of the living room elevations of the six storey blocks and the estate office.

APPLICATION (B)
Repairs and alterations, including cleaning, concrete repairs, repointing and structural repairs to brickwork and copings; replacement and repair of asphalt as necessary on walkways, balconies and ninth floor terrace; repairs to and redecoration of metalwork; replacement or refurbishment of refuse hoppers, refixing of loose tiles and replacement of broken or cracked tiles with new to match existing; redecoration of common parts, roof plant area and estate office; installation of new metal balustrading to some of the six storey blocks at ground level and installation of new guardrails at roof level to the 10 storey blocks.

Source: Westminster City Council weekly planning list 25.03.2012. Decision date: 20.03.2012. More info: www.westminster.gov.uk/planning.

06/04/2012 13:41 by Buildington

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