Have your say on Grosvenor’s plans for the Cundy Street Quarter


UPDATE: 9 June 2020: Grosvenor have now applied for planning permission to Westminster Council for their proposals for the Cundy Street Quarter.

We encourage all local residents to view the full planning application online and take part in the consultation by leaving a comment.

To do that, just go to the Council’s planning website search here https://idoxpa.westminster.gov.uk/online-applications/ – and enter the reference number 20/03307/FULL to view the application and leave a comment.

Grosvenor Estates has now unveiled its final proposals for the Cundy Street Quarter development – you can see them online and leave your views at www.cundystreetquarter.com.

Grosvenor is hosting three live webinar briefings where they’ll be presenting their plans and you can ask questions. Please email cundystreet@grosvenor.com or go to www.cundystreetquarter.com to sign up to one of the webinars at the following times:

• Tuesday 5th May – 10.00-11.00am
• Thursday 7th May – 2.00-3.00pm
• Monday 11th May – 6.00-7.00pm

You can also email or call Grosvenor with your views and questions at cundystreet@grosvenor.com or 020 7312 7007.

Please let us know your views too – you can email us at info@churchilllabour.co.uk.

Churchill Labour Councillors have advocated for residents of Walden House, Cundy Street Flats and Coleshill Flats throughout the planning of this development – including backing the Save Cundy Street & Walden House residents’ campaign.

As a result of their campaign, Walden House residents secured a right to return to the social housing on the new development – and just last month secured another victory, with Grosvenor confirming that residents will be able to move directly into their new homes. Find out more here.

Cundy Street Quarter: Another victory for Walden House residents
Grosvenor bows to pressure following residents’ campaign
Churchill Labour Councillors support residents’ campaign

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