Listed Building Consent

The Ivy, Chelsea


Preparation of Heritage Statement to assess the impacts of a lateral conversion between the listed no. 197 and unlisted no. 199 King’s Road.


What we did

  • Detailed research into the history and development of the site

  • Preparation of Significance Assessment detailing the heritage value of the building

  • Preparation of Impact Assessment to provide detailed assessment and evaluation of impacts, with particular focus on how and to what extent any impacts deriving from the proposal would affect the special interest of 199 King’s Road.




  • Listed Building consent and planning permission approved.



197 King’s Road is a Grade II listed building, dating to the early 20th century. It is located on the south-eastern side of King’s Road in Chelsea to the north-east of the road’s junction with Oakley Street, within the Cheyne Conservation Area.

The building replaced an earlier public house which dated to at least 1722. The replacement building was designed by George R. Crickmay, who carried out a number of commissions within London as well as other areas of the country.


The Ivy Chelsea

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