MKP Consultants are working as a key member of the clients design team to produce an exciting residential devlopment within London.
The site is located within an attractive part of Hampstead which has a rich history. This history and culture is manifested in the number of important listed buildings on site and within the local area.
The development involves the retention of the site’s five Grade II statorily listed buildings.
Kidderpore Hall, the Maynard Wing, the Chapel and the old Skeel Library will all be sensitively converted to residential use, and
the Summerhouse will be restored in a new location on the site close to the Chapel.
Other unlisted buildings will also be retained and converted to residential use, namely Bay House, Dudin Brown, and Lady Chapman Hall.
Three existing buildings will be demolished and replaced with new residential buildings; Lord Cameron, Rosalind Franklin and the Queen Mother’s Hall.
New buildings are proposed in two locations on the site. The first is between the Chapel and Queen Mother’s Hall, where ‘pavillion’ houses are proposed. A terrace of ‘townhouses’ is proposed between the Chapel and the Maybard Wing on the site.
The development also includes residents facilities and concierge.
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