Our plans


At The Other House we want people to feel part of the neighbourhood in one of the finest residential areas in London for as long as they are in town. Our flagship bar and restaurant will be open to the public, and our wellness facilities will be available to local residents who become members. We want The Other House Belgravia to showcase the best of British style and craftmanship both inside and out, to create a building that everyone can be proud of.

A sustainable

The Other House believes in preserving and conserving existing buildings wherever possible, which in turn helps to minimise carbon emissions often associated with demolition. We are proposing to retain as much of the existing building as possible, to include the structure, basement and foundations, as well as enhancements to the external appearance with a new facade more in keeping with the local area.
By investing in state of the art technology and sustainable development from design stage through to operations, we aim to futureproof the life of the building and make a long term positive impact both socially and environmentally.
We are also proposing a fossil-fuel free development, with all energy generated from renewable sources to ensure life-long sustainability.
Remove existing façade
Retain structure
Add new façade and extend
Add new façade and extend

Inspired by

Our ambition for The Other House is to set a precedent for outstanding Belgravia design. Our approach has been shaped by the Belgravia Design Codes neighbourhood document to ensure a building that is at home in its surroundings and enhances the Belgravia context.
The composition of the Ebury Square façade will reflect Belgravia Garden Square elevations, with stone columns at base level to echo traditional Belgravia design. It will be composed of white stucco, with Portland stone at base level and black detailing on the bay windows to contrast with the main body. The building will also feature a slate mansard roof. The Semley Place and Buckingham Palace Road facades will ensure continuity with Belgravia design principles while featuring some recycled brick to reflect the Victoria context.
Classical Features
Diminishing Proportions
Decoration: Ebury Square
Decoration: Ebury Square
Decoration: Semley Place
Decoration: Semley Place

Your Say

As we develop our designs, we are keen to hear from the neighbourhood to ensure that our proposals continue to reflect your priorities. Find out more about our consultation events here.