41-42 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London


Date: 2012 - Present

Client: Shalimar Investors Ltd

Architect: Stephen Levrant Heritage Architecture

The site comprises a semi-detached pair of grade I listed stucco grand palace-style houses by Nash dating from 1825 at the entrance to Chester Terrace within Regents Park Conservation Area. They are listed as part of the group of 37 houses & 5 semi-detached houses - Nos.1-42 and attached railings and linking arches. Our Client purchased the above site in 2011 with the purpose of amalgamating the two dwellings to form one family residence inclusive of a single storey basement extension within the grounds of the garden.


Scope of Professional Services

Heritage Architecture Ltd was appointed in 2012 as Conservation Architect to secure planning permission and listed building consent including management of the heritage process. During the pre-construction and construction phases, Heritage Architecture Ltd provided heritage and conservation input to the team, the contractors and specialist sub-contractors to lead the works being sympathetic to the interest of the parties involved while protecting the special interest of the heritage asset, fulfilling the requirements of the heritage process.