Custom House Regeneration Submitted to planning

TJDA are pleased to announce that our project for the redevelopment and regeneration of the Grade II listed Custom House on the River Thames in Gravesend has been submitted to planning.


This exciting regeneration scheme will sensitively respect the character and appearance of the Grade II listed buildings, whilst carefully considering the site's heritage and historic value to Gravesend.


The proposal seeks to reuse, upgrade and sensitively extend the existing Grade II listed building and associated ancillary buildings to provide 27 residential units comprising of a mixture of one, two and three bedroom apartments and town houses.



The original part of the existing building will be reinstated into 10 luxury apartments, with a single self-contained town-house in the adjacent ‘Coach House’ facilitated by the addition of a contemporary first floor extension.



The redevelopment will be supported and underpinned by a landscaping scheme which creates a series of interconnected hard and soft landscaped zones throughout the site, culminating in a shared amenity space and private beach area set directory on the river Thames.


The proposed development will bring the Grade II listed building back into active use, ensuring the ongoing protection and maintenance of this important heritage asset, long into the future.


The Grade II Listed ‘Gazebo’ and the adjacent riverside area will be thoroughly refurbished, landscaped and brought back into communal use, significantly enhancing the appearance and setting of this heritage asset and fantastic riverfront location.