2-8 Rutland Gate is a 5,782 sq m ground plus 5 storey vacant mansion house built in the 1980’s.
Currently heavily dilapidated, the new owner would like to undertake works of repair, refurbishment and alteration to return the building into beneficial use as their London family home.
The new owner’s proposals for their future at 2-8 Rutland Gate required planning permission. They wish to be a good neighbour and seek to keep the local community fully informed as they deliver their plans for their London family home.
Following initial consultation on our proposals during December 2020 and January 2021, a planning application was submitted to Westminster City Council on 19 February 2021 – planning application ref: 21/01047/FULL.
The planning application was approved at Westminster City Council’s Planning Committee on Tuesday 20th July 2021.
This website summarises the plans for 2-8 Rutland Gate and highlights the design changes that have resulted from pre and post application consultation.Disclaimer
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A significant overhaul is on the horizon for the 5,782 sq m mansion house at 2-8 Rutland Gate, constructed in the 1980s and currently in a state of disrepair. The new owner intends to restore, refurbish, and modify the property to transform it into their family home in London, marking a substantial shift from its current dilapidated state.
To materialize their vision, the new owner sought planning permission, prioritizing transparency and community involvement in the process. Following initial consultations in December 2020 and January 2021, a comprehensive planning application (ref: 21/01047/FULL) was submitted to Westminster City Council on February 19, 2021. The recent approval of this application by the Westminster City Council's Planning Committee on July 20, 2021, marks a pivotal step towards the rejuvenation of 2-8 Rutland Gate.
This website provides an overview of the proposed plans and delineates the design alterations resulting from extensive pre and post-application discussions and consultations, aiming to keep the local community well-informed about the upcoming changes to this historic residence.
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