Listed Building Consent

14-15 LANGHAM PLACE, LONDON

FOR G B FITZSIMON LLP

Advice and preparation of Heritage Statement on proposed internal and external works to the Langham Spa. The scheme seeks the conversion of the existing spa facility at ground floor to a bar, with rearrangement of the spa at basement level.

 

What we did

  • Researched and analyised the historic development of the building and area

  • Preparation of Significance Assessment prepared to assess relative heritage value and significance of all assets.

  • Attended design meetings to liaise with a range of stake holders including architects, interior designers and service engineers

  • Provided design advice in relation to internal and external design scheme, considering the heritage constraints of the building

  • Attended a pre-application meeting with Westminster City Council Design and Conservation Officer.

 

Result

 

  • Approved.

 

Note

14 – 15 Langham Place is a grade II listed building, located on the south-west side of Portland Place within the Regent Street Conservation Area. The building is linked internally with the Langham Hotel, also grade II listed, to the north. The existing building dates to 1930, designed by Sir Herbert Baker and Alexander Scott, replacing an earlier four storey building, of a similar footprint. The building was originally constructed as an office block with a branch of Barclays Bank at ground and basement floor levels. Internally, the building has been altered as a result of its change of use from a bank to a spa facility. The original bank fittings, with exception of the wall panelling, have been removed and a modern stair inserted within the main banking room.

 

Grade II

listed building in the Regent Street Conservation Area

 

 

Langham Place

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