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This 18th-century property once known as Dudley House overlooks Hyde Park and can trace its origins back to the first Viscount Dudley. It remained with the Dudley family until 1940, when it was converted to offices during wartime evacuation.

In the 21st-century 100 Park Lane is to become a family home once again and mga have been involved in the negotiation of Party Wall and Neighbourly Matters.


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Party Walls

Boundary Mapping

Rights Of Light





Picture Gallery 100 Park Lane www.british-history.ac.uk
The picture gallery, shown here looking south in 1890, is where Sir John Ward, a member of the Dudley family, and his wife Jean Reid, daughter of the American ambassador, presided over some of the most glittering occasions in the pre-war social calendar.

In 1938, Sir John died and the house was later requisitioned as offices by the government. It was bombed during the Blitz, and the severe damage opened the way for it to be converted to offices.
Strategic Alliance   The conservatory at the front of the house pictured here in 1890, still exists though the wicker furniture and tropical plants have long since gone.

The kitchens were among the largest in London - one for the food prepared for the family, another for the servants who served them, and another for the servants who served the servants.

In 1969 the interior was upgraded and Sir Basil Spence, who designed Coventry Cathedral, oversaw the restoration, constructing a marble-floored atrium.

Rumour has it that when they were regilding, they had to inform the Treasury due to the amount of gold being used.
The conservatory 100 Park Lane www.british-history.ac.uk
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