24-32 Queen's Mews, situated in London's Bayswater (W2), is an innovative mixed-use development that harmoniously integrates ground-floor offices with nine residential flats above. Conveniently located near The Whiteley development and in close proximity to Bayswater Station, this project repurposes 19th-century mews properties. The ground floors serve as commercial units, while the upper levels offer comfortable living spaces.
In 2019, Westminster Council granted approval for the redevelopment, allowing the demolition of existing two-story mews buildings. The proposed plan outlines the construction of three-story plus basement mews buildings, featuring ground-floor Class B1 and A2 offices, along with nine residential units on the upper floors, including a new second-floor mansard. The development incorporates crucial amenities like cycle parking, waste storage, and a basement plant room. Led by GMS and designed by Emrys, this project represents a modern yet respectful transformation, seamlessly blending historical charm with contemporary functionality in Queen's Mews.Disclaimer
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