Cheers as Boon Brown bags planning for Battersea pub

The Queens Arms in Battersea, pictured in 2017

Practice slots in five new homes at ‘challenging’ site in scheme that will bring boozer back into use

Boon Brown has won planning permission to redevelop a former pub in south London with a scheme that will deliver five new homes and reopen the bar.

Wandsworth council has approved its proposals, drawn up for James Laurence Group, to extend the Queen’s Arms in St Philip Street, Battersea, increasing the size of its first and second floors and adding a new third storey.

The work will deliver four two-bedroom flats and a studio, and 333sq m of space for pub or restaurant use on the building’s ground floor and basement.

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