Auriens has won an appeal for its latest 142 unit on Kensington Square, located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London. Architectural design will be headed by Kohn Pederson Fox.
The site currently houses a Grade II listed college building, three townhouses and further student accommodation and classroom buildings, all of which will be converted into homes.
First-class, onsite amenities will include a 100 cover restaurant, cinema, wine room, library, swimming pool, spa and gym.
Recognising the importance of nature and outdoor living for health and wellbeing, two acres of interconnected landscaped gardens, open to the public, will be crafted and designed by Andy Sturgeon.
Residents will also be able to enjoy all the cultural and social offerings London has to offer with ease, with Kensington High Street just 100 m from the development.
Like Auriens Chelsea, the Heythrop development will cater to those looking to downsize from larger homes without compromising on location or quality of living but have the option to take advantage of onsite nursing care as and when needed.