Bell Phillips wins planning for Marylebone mansion block

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Flats for Westminster council will restore street line

Bell Phillips has won planning for a council housing development in Marylebone, central London.

The 49 flats, which will wrap around a communal garden, are in the Lisson Grove conservation area of Westminster, two blocks from Tony Fretton’s seminal Lisson Gallery and opposite a grade II* church.

Known as Cosway Street the scheme, on the 0.26ha site of two redundant post-war buildings, will restore the street line.

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