North Lodge


Planning permission for refurbishment and extension of Grade II Listed picturesque gothick gatehouse

The North Lodge is one of two listed gatehouses to the Whitewebbs Estate in Enfield built in the 1850s. We negotiated the removal of an existing, clumsy 1930s addition and won planning permission for restoration of the original listed building and a contemporary extension.

The new single storey walled enclosure with kitchen and reception, rendered to match the original pink tinted finish, was laid out around a glazed internal courtyard, while the original building housed bedrooms, bathroom and storage attic. The characteristic historic features of the listed lodge were all scheduled for careful restoration: Elizabethan style ornamental clay chimneys, flamboyant timber tracery bargeboards, decorative encaustic ridge tiling and fancy door ironmongery.

In line with SPAB and Historic England our approach to sensitive renovation projects is to cherish the existing fabric and keep new work subordinate in form and massing but contemporary in language and style.

Sadly the project did not proceed and the building has since been sorely neglected by its current owner.

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