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Native Land purchased the long leasehold interest in Kilmuir House, in London’s Belgravia, in April 2016. The asset was refurbished in 2017 and is held in the short term as a private rented sector investment.
Plans were submitted in March 2020 to redevelop the site into 54 one-bed, two-bed and three-bed apartments, together with affordable homes and retail on the ground floor.
Architects Pilbrow & Partners’ design reflects the traditional style of the surrounding Georgian and Victorian architecture and creates new landscaped public realm and a courtyard garden.
The energy-efficient development reduces CO2 emissions by 50% overall, compared with the current building.Disclaimer
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Westminster Council's planning committee is set to approve plans for the redevelopment of Kilmuir House site at the next meeting on Tuesday 14th June 2022 at 6.30 pm.
Native Land is planning to demolish Kilmuir House and build 60 residential units, including 4 affordable housing units, and flexible retail floorspace on the ground floor.
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