Cundy Street Quarter
Proposals for the Cundy Street Quarter
Information on this page relates to plans submitted by Grosvenor and approved by Westminster City Council in June 2021.
A group of investors managed by Lodha UK have acquired the first phase of the Cundy Street Quarter, which includes Building A (on the corner of Ebury St and Cundy St) and the affordable housing building (Building C on Ebury St). Read more here.
Overview of the submitted proposals and the mix of uses
More information on the buildings, key views and video flythrough
More information on the April 2021 addendum
Environment and sustainability
Information on the new and improved public spaces, increased biodiversity and energy-efficient buildings
Management and servicing
Details on our approach to minimising anti-social behaviour as well as delivery and waste strategies
Access the documents as submitted to Westminster City Council
Overview of submitted proposals
High-quality housing for a mixed community
88 affordable homes, almost doubling the number currently on site.
Specialist senior living accommodation for up to 170 people and 75 market homes.
All homes would be built to modern standards, with the affordable homes an average of 50% larger than the existing flats with dedicated communal gardens and play spaces.
More sustainable buildings and a greener environment
New buildings would produce 94% less carbon in use than the existing ones *– equivalent to planting 3,500 trees per year.
Significant investment in the area and new jobs for local people
Better public spaces and more local amenities
17 shops and amenities including a cinema, small food store and cafés and restaurants. See the ground floor plan.
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