King’s Arms planning approval

After several months and lots of effort, we are so pleased to announcement that planning permission and listed building consent for the project at the Kings Arms Hotel at Hampton Court was finally granted this week. Amazing news and well done to everybody involved as it’s be a painstaking process littered with challenges along the way. 

The approval is testament to our clients determination to modernise and protect a crumbling Grade II listed building.  On face value the building was in need for a face lift and some basis repairs. Scratching under the surface revealed a mountain of issues and challenges as the result of many, many years of wear and tear. And a little mischief...

The process in gaining approval has been incredible, not only for the detail and depth of the information produced, but also for the team who have helped preserve and bring back to life this amazing building. Plaudits all round with special consideration for Thomas Darwell-Smith our planning consultant, Khrystyna Panova our lead designer on the project and Charles Wagner the consultant historical adviser. Between them they developed an incredible case for approval based on considered, historical and social research, acute problem solving and a killer design scheme. Nothing was left to chance. Everything was researched, evidenced and documented. Now let do some site work..

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mark barratt