O’Looney project will also restore faded grade II building
Benedict O’Looney Architects has won planning and listed building consent for a nine-storey extension to Bromley’s historic Royal Bell Hotel.
The grade ll building, designed by Royal Gold Medal-winning Ernest Newton in 1898, has been disused for much of the last decade despite being a key landmark in the south-east London town’s historic core. It will now be restored.
Built on the site of a 17th-century posting inn, and praised by Lady Catherine de Bourgh in Pride and Prejudice, it was once Bromley’s social hub .
You are not currently logged in.
Take out a subscription to BD and you will get immediate access to:
Get access to premium content subscribe today