The site today
The Cundy Street Quarter in southern Belgravia is bordered by Ebury Street, Cundy Street and Pimlico Road.
Made up of the four Cundy Street buildings, Walden House and the car park of the Coleshill flats, each part of the site is segregated and closed off to the public. In addition to opening up the area, creating more opportunities and homes for more people, we will invest in improving Orange Square and Ebury Square, alongside Westminster City Council, as part of our proposals.
We recognise the impact our proposals will have on existing residents and so have put in place measures to listen to them and help people plan for the future.
Westminster Council residents
The lease to Westminster City Council (WCC) at Walden House was due to expire in June 2021. So before we started consultation on the project in April 2019, we agreed to give the council two more years on the lease to allow more time for suitable new homes to be found.
Walden House residents are guaranteed a right to return to social rented homes on the new development, as well tailored support and financial compensation. We have now established a Walden House working group to ensure residents know the facts and can get involved in the design of their new homes and neighbourhood.
Private renting residents
All private renting tenants in Cundy Street flats were alerted to the potential for redevelopment in 2012. Each household is being given individual assistance tailored to their needs with priority given to vulnerable individuals and residents for whom Cundy Street is their one permanent home.
History of the Cundy Street Quarter
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