Cundy Street Quarter

Proposals

Our proposals are for an inclusive new neighbourhood, nearly doubling the number of affordable homes, and a major investment in better public and community spaces which are shared and open to everyone.

We are working in partnership with the community to create an inclusive mixed-use development that caters both for the needs of Westminster today and for future generations by providing a material increase in much-needed housing in the area.

Our ambition goes beyond housing to include new amenities, better streets and improved public and green space to reflect specific local needs and priorities.

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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.

A broader mix of homes

About 250 new homes, including at least 35% affordable homes – of which 50% would be social rent and 50% intermediate – as well as senior living and market homes. All homes would be built to modern standards that are cheaper and more sustainable for residents to run.

A greener, softer environment

70 more trees, 3,400 sqm of green space and 2,700 sqm of green roofs.

New homes producing 72% less carbon than existing flats.

Energy bills cut by an average of 20%.

Better public spaces and more amenities

17 shops and amenities including a small supermarket, restaurants and cinema.

A flexible community space designed in partnership with community.

New dedicated play space in a revitalized Ebury Square.

Economic benefits and jobs for local people

An additional local spend of c.£750,000 per year that will support existing businesses.

£15m contribution to local facilities and services through the Community Infrastructure Levy.

An estimated 160 construction jobs, 90 apprenticeships, and 190 jobs in the completed development, prioritised for Westminster residents.

A walk through the Cundy Street Quarter

The following views show you what the Cundy Street Quarter would be like. The computer-generated images and watercolours aim to give a realistic indication of what it would be like to walk through the area, and the scale of the buildings are representative of the designs.

  • 1. Orange Square – We are proposing to create a new and inviting entrance from Orange Square into Elizabeth Place Gardens. Beyond the gates, we propose a new community space and shops. At night, the gates would be closed to help create a safe and secure environment.

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