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Lord Mayor's

Planning and listed building consents were granted for this grade II listed detached home which lies within the Barton Mills Conservation Area. The dwelling has an interesting history, it was once owned by Sir Henry Barton, who became Lord Mayor of London twice in 1416 and 1428 during the time of Dick Whittington built the dwelling. The cottage dates from that period and retains a mediaeval core though it was extensively altered in the seventeenth and later centuries. The proposed works were for a side conversion of the single storey 20th century extension with internal refurbishment, repair and replacement works throughout.

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