Originally intended to cater for seasonal workers, the British Queen pub in Bromley, south-east London, is named after a variety of strawberry that was grown in the fields that once surrounded it.


The footprint was small, but PNW Studios was able to accommodate a rear kitchen and dining room extension without compromising the beer garden. Constructed from brick, the new structure features a high parapet wall designed to conceal the mechanical plant and equipment from view. The internal plan follows that of the Kings Head pub in Teddington, which has proven very successful.