LISTED BUILDINGS WESTMINSTER
The City of Westminster is one of over 30 planning authorities where we have successfully restored and/or replaced windows on listed buildings and conservation properties, using a range of our specialist window services.
Getting planning permission to replace or restore windows on listed buildings can be difficult. But as specialists in timber windows and doors for listed, conservation and period properties, we make bespoke windows and doors that fulfil the strict planning criteria that is required for listed buildings, and include modern features such as slimline double glazing, for optimum acoustic and thermal performance.
Every listed building is unique and needs a unique solution. We cover every step of the process and offer a complete range of services including refurbishment, exact-match replacement and part replacement of sash windows and casement windows.
PLANNING PERMISSION FOR LISTED WINDOWS IN WESTMINSTER
Part of our service includes helping our clients put together listed building planning applications by supplying full detailed CAD designs for council approval. To have a look at an example of the process involved, see our case study of the first double glazed Grade II listed building in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
See the list of other authorities where we have successfully carried out work on windows and doors on listed or conservation properties, which includes Islington, Kensington and Chelsea and Richmond upon Thames.
Get in touch if you’d like advice on your property from one of our listed window and door experts.
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