welcome to 45 Denyer St.
Bringing high quality new homes to the local community

Sloane and Cadogan wants to hear from the local community about our proposals to transform 45 Denyer Street and provide new residential units for the local community, whilst expanding the trading space for the café/restaurant on the ground floor. If you wish to share your thoughts please complete the feedback form or contact us at info@calcomms.co.uk or 0203 813 5559.

45 Denyer Street Currently
Design A
Design A is a traditional scheme, picking up elements of the existing building and those from the surrounding (subordinate) vernacular, to create a sympathetic extension in matching brickwork.
Design B
Design B is a more utilitarian-traditional scheme, also picking up elements of the existing building and those from the surrounding (subordinate) vernacular, but painted in black to deliver a contrasting extension to the Listed building.
Design C
Design C is a contemporary design using high quality and innovative materials (smaller format brickwork, limestone detailing) to create a contrast to the Listed Building and also to create a statement building (in its own right) on this prominent corner plot.
Promotion Summary
Site Location & History

The site is located on the junction of Mossop Street, Rawlings Street and Denyer Street, with the development in question dividing Mossop Street and Denyer Street. South Kensington station and nine bus routes are located in the vicinity of the site.

The property dates back to the c1830’s when it took the form of a public house, the Shuckburgh Arms. The building has since been converted into a café at ground floor level with a residential 2 bedroom flat at both first and second floor. The property has been subject to a number of modern extensions, to the north east a single storey extension was added in 1985 to provide greater floor area to the public house and replace the former service yard.