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Plans in: Conversion of Offices to 56 Flats in Rayners Lane

Two applications have been submitted to Harrow Council for the conversion of floors within Talbot House at 204-226 Imperial Drive, just north of Rayners Lane tube station.


The first application is for 19 flats and relates to the lower ground floor of the building, while the second application is for the conversion of ground and first floors into 37 flats. Of these seven of the upper application will be one-bed flats, and one of the lower ground floor application – the rest will be studios. Some of these are quite generous in size, with a few of the studios 49sqm which is almost the size of a typical one bedroom flat.


The building has another two floors above these, one of which has recently been constructed. These are already in residential usage with the second floor of the building having been converted under the same permitted development legislation into 18 flats.  A number of the new flats on the lower ground floor will get their light solely from a recently consented light well.

Existing site photo credit: Google Streetview.

Written by Sean Spurr

Sean is lead residential researcher at Apartology. He also runs a bookshop.

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