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Appeal: Residential conversion for Grade I listed 'heritage asset of highest level'

Sundridge Park Manor / Geograph: 2422018

Sundridge Park Mansion in Bromley, a 'heritage asset of the highest level' designed by architect John Nash, can be converted into 22 homes after an inspector found the works would improve the building's setting and preserve it.

The building is Grade I listed and dates from the late 18th century. The mansion and surrounding park comprise one of only four collaborations between the celebrated Regency architect John Nash and landscape designer Humphry Repton. Serving as a home until 1900, it had various uses including hotel and conference centre throughout the 20th century, before being vacated in 2014. Permission to con.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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