9-10 Kent Terrace, designed by John Nash and built by William Smith in 1827, is named after Edward, Duke of Kent.

While considered part of the Regent’s Park development, the Terrace faces away from the park towards Park Road, and is backing onto Hanover Terrace at the western edge of the Park.


DBR London worked with Donald Insall Architects to remove a later intervention of concrete steps, and replace them with new Portland stone. The removal had to be carried out carefully by skilled masons so as not to disturb arched vaulting substrate. The project also required the removal, repair and reinstatement of all metalwork.

The entire project took place while the two houses were occupied; therefore extra consideration was needed to work around the home owners.

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DBR London recently received the Royal Warrant in recognition for quality and excellent service, which can be understood in detail here.

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