The Cundy Street Quarter can transform a closed off site, with unmodernised affordable housing, into a handsome, low carbon part of Belgravia.

The plans would provide 88 new affordable homes on the site, including new social rent homes for Walden House residents delivered in the first phase, allowing residents to move just once into their new, larger homes.

Alongside much needed new housing, the designs focus on what is needed locally. They will deliver new amenities currently lacking in the area, new and improved public spaces, buildings that produce 94% less carbon when they are being used and up to 260 permanent jobs.

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Amendments to the planning application submitted to Westminster City Council

We have submitted an addendum to the original application to respond to respond to feedback from Ebury Street residents and WCC officers.

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We have worked to ensure all the community, including existing residents, have multiple opportunities to feedback on the proposals and understand how their comments have been listened to. Read more about our approach to involving the community and supporting existing residents here.

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