On 22nd May 2014 the Garden Museum development was granted permission. The permission was for the restoration, internal and external alterations (including partial demolition and provision of additional mezzanine display floorspace) to the existing church building, construction of single storey extensions within rear garden to provide a cafe and educational facilities, alterations to the rear churchyard including landscaping and relocation of tombs, removal and reconstruction of existing boundary treatment.
Several approval of details applications have also been granted since May 2014. For planning application information click here.
Update: As part of the Garden Museum Development Project, the Medieval Tower of St Mary-at-Lambeth is potentially going to be open to the public. The development is due to be completed by March 2017.
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