Cundy Street Quarter
Building the homes Belgravia needs
Following six months of engagement, and feedback from over 1,500 individuals, Grosvenor is sharing detailed proposals for the Cundy Street Quarter.
The proposals would almost double the number of affordable homes on this site, delivering better public spaces, more amenities, and hundreds of jobs in the local community.
Thank you to all those who attended our public consultations in the first week of December. We had more than 150 people visit the sessions, and value all the feedback that has been provided so far.
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Increasing opportunities in the area for more people
We recognise the impact on existing residents
We understand the concerns of people that currently live in the Cundy Street and Walden House buildings. So we have put in place measures to help them plan carefully for the future.
Putting community voices at the heart of our consultation
We want to design a new neighbourhood that meets the varied needs of Belgravia today and in the future. It’s crucial to us that residents and neighbours have multiple opportunities to feedback on designs, keep up to date with the process and understand how their comments have been listened to.
You said, we did
A mix of uses that respond to community preferences, to include a range of shops that complement the existing offer such as food store and cinema.
We have reduced the number of proposed shops along Ebury Street to retain the residential feel and relationship with the surrounding homes.
Strengthened ambitions around environmental sustainability, such as by sending zero waste to landfill and using on-site renewable sources.
Evolved the design of Elizabeth Place Gardens in consultation with Coleshill residents to incorporate gates and a residents garden.
Amended the designs and servicing strategy to ensure no vehicular access is required in Elizabeth Place Gardens.
New play space
Committed to improving Ebury Square as part of the application – including new play space.
Removed one storey from the building on Ebury Square.
Celebrating local history
Reinstated historic street names.
Cundy Street Quarter video
The film below gives a representation of the proposed designs and what it would be like to walk through the Cundy Street Quarter.
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