The Phene Arms, 2012
|Address||9 Phene Street, Chelsea|
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The Phene is a public house at 9 Phene Street, Chelsea, London SW3. It was designed by and named after the architect John Samuel Phene. The Daily Telegraph called it "George Best's second home".
It is owned by the property developer Robert Bourne, who in 2012 applied for planning permission to turn it into a £15 million house. In 2013, it was announced that the pub had been saved from closure. At the rumoured cost of £4 million, it represented the first London acquisition for new owners The City Pub Company.
- Kensington and Chelsea Cheyne Conservation Area Proposals Statement (PDF) (Report). Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelesa. p. 10.
- Tyzack, Anna. "Can Bob Marley's local pub be saved?". Telegraph. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
- morningadvertiser.co.uk: Phene Arms, Chelsea, saved from closure, accessdate: 05/09/2014
- "Residents toast rescue of historic pub the Phene Arms from £20m property plan | London Evening Standard". Standard.co.uk. 2013-04-03. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
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