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Wednesday30 July 2014

Plans submitted for In n Out Club refurb

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Paul Davis & Partners working on proposals for former Naval and Military Club

Paul Davis & Partners has submitted plans for renovation of the former ‘In and Out Club’ in central London.

Paul Davis&Partners has submitted plans for renovation of the former ‘In and Out Club’

Source: Adam Parker

The former ‘In and Out Club’

The grade I listed building on Piccadilly was used for 150 years as the London Club, then the Naval and Military Club and was acquired by the Reuben Brothers in 2011.

The new plans will see it being converted back to residential use covering 5,000sq m and includes a new swimming pool, spa, gym and parking for 12 cars.

Paul Davis&Partners has submitted plans for renovation of the former ‘In and Out Club’

The former ‘In and Out Club’ ballroom

Other components of the scheme include the 1182sq m grade II listed former American Club, which is also to be converted back to its original residential use and the grade II Listed Green Park Chambers at 90-93 Piccadilly, which is to be combined with 42 Half Moon Street to the rear, to provide six apartments, plus retail space suitable for a restaurant or gallery.

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  • Sebastian Cuff

    Was this ever called the "In n [sic] Out Club"?
    Sounds a bit working class, in-n-out, shake-it-all-about, what?
    Still, could give Boris some ideas for starter-home space standards.

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  • Yes, Sebastian, much as you like to pretend you are a toff, you clearly can't be if you do not know this as the "In and Out" club, what, what??

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  • nice room...shame it cannot be made into a public space

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  • Sebastian Cuff

    James, old boy, I am not making any pretension at being a toff - last thing I would want to be accused of - I just thought that this club was known as the "In and Out Club" and not the "In 'N' Out Club". I am hoping that you or those splendid chaps at BD can help me out in this regard. Spelling was never my forte, I must confess.

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