Views from The Chairman

News and views from The Marylebone Association Chairman

Michael is chairman of the Marylebone Association.

Marylebone Farmer's Market Future - Planning Decisiion

Marylebone Farmer's Market Future - Planning Decisiion

On Tuesday July 29th Westminster City Council considered the application for the Farmer's Market in Ayebrook Street submitted due to the redevelopment of Moxon Street Car Park site. The council's response is below followed The Marylebone Association's response.

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Short Term Letting - Concern for Marylebone Residents

Short Term Letting - Concern for Marylebone Residents

There is an issue that is becoming an increasing concern for residents, not just in Marylebone but in all parts of Central London and it is one of short term letting. It is illegal, in most circumstances, in Westminster at present to let out a property for under 3 months, but in spite of this it is still a problem. Westminster Council alone takes an average of about 500 enforcement actions a year, and it is already a difficult and expensive task. However there is a bill going through Parliament at present that is likely to make things a lot worse. Clause 21 of the Deregulations Bill enables the Secretary of State to make regulations to give London residents "more of the freedoms enjoyed in other parts of the country", more specifically the freedom to let property out for very short periods, but it is doubtful that most Londoners will want these particular freedoms when their true consequences are understood.

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Marylebone Association Annual General Meeting 2014

Our Annual General Meeting was held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Portman Square, on Monday 9th June and commenced at 7.00pm. We had an attendance of 152 and amongst the numbers were all 6 of our ward councillors including the newly appointed Lord Mayor of Westminster, Councillor Audrey Lewis, who was for many years associated with the Marylebone Association and a former Chairperson. The current Chairman congratulated the Mayor on her recent appointment and she was presented with a bouquet of flowers.

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Marylebone Forum - 1st sub group meeting 30th June

Marylebone Forum - 1st sub group meeting 30th June

The Marylebone Forum is holding its first sub-group meeting at ISH, 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN at 6.00pm on Monday 30th June.

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