Planning & Architecture Services in City of London
Postcodes: EC1, EC2, EC3 , EC4, WC1, WC2
City of London History
The City of London stands as a storied financial district, housing both the Stock Exchange and the Bank of England. It holds the distinction of being the oldest and smallest local authority in England, tracing its roots back to Roman times when residents erected a defensive perimeter wall, a portion of which still stands today and serves as a demarcation line. This district is also recognized as the ‘Square Mile,’ an epithet derived from its approximate size.
City of London Planning & Conservation Areas
Conservation areas are distinguished by their historical and architectural significance, and the process of construction and redevelopment within these areas can prove to be more intricate due to the heightened stringency of planning regulations and constraints. Nevertheless, our exceptionally skilled team is adept at navigating the intricacies of planning and design, effectively addressing more complex challenges. Our commitment lies in accomplishing our clients’ objectives, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality, all while meticulously adhering to the regulations prescribed by the local planning authority.
City of London conservation areas:
Bank, Laurence Pountney Hill, Bishopsgate, Leadenhall Market, Bow Lane, Lloyd’s Avenue, Brewery, New Broad Street, Chancery Lane, Newgate Street, Charterhouse Square, Postman’s Park, Crescent, Queen Street, Eastcheap, Smithfield, Fenchurch Street Station, St Helen’s Place, Finsbury Circus, St Paul’s Cathedral, Fleet Street, Temples, Foster Lane, Trinity Square, Guildhall, Whitefriars
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