Nottingham Place, Marylebone

It took two weeks for scaffolding to be installed, then another two weeks for the demolition of the existing roof and a final two weeks for the installation of the new living spaces.

Iceni Projects successfully secured planning permission for a modular solution on the fourth storey of a central London apartment. The planning application was initially refused by the City of Westminster Council; however, was successfully challenged at appeal by Iceni Projects (Ref. APP/X5990/A/14/2212697).

Construction took approximately eight weeks in a factory, with installation taking just 4 days, followed by 10 days to completion. The new space provided 2 bedrooms with en-suite, fully fitted kitchen living area, cloakroom. The styling was key to the surrounding area and properties and so the exterior was a slated mansard roof.

Nottingham Place is positioned within the Harley Street Conservation Area. Harley Street is a large conservation area located in the north-east of the City of Westminster, and which includes most of the Howard de Walden Estate. Harley Street shares boundaries with various other conservation areas: East Marylebone Conservation Area lies to the east; the Portman Estate Conservation Area to the west; Regent Street Conservation Area to the north; and Stratford Place Conservation Area to the south.

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