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Off street car parking lost due to increasingly higher alternative use values

Off street car parking lost due to increasingly higher alternative use values

Westminster City Council are considering letting the top level (50,000 square feet) of Cavendish Square car park for other uses. A large prime West End underground space for around £30 per square foot (£1.5m per annum). Unfortunately, this is too expensive for the new Marylebone library which is now planned for the Seymour Centre. The council is offering the top level of the three-tier car park to a range of occupiers. Commercial space above ground in the area can cost as much as £100 per square foot. We understand that a number of uses are being looked at, including a gym, restaurant, bar, museum, health centre, or a depot for an online retailer of logistics firm. It has vehicle access, a staircase, a lift, 78 light wells and a central ceiling height of 2.7m.

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Proposals for a small Pavilion on Marble Arch Traffic Island

Almacantar will shortly be submitting a planning application to Westminster City Council for the redevelopment of the unused subway area to the west of Marble Arch Traffic Island.

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Wetherby Preparatory School Marylebone - Expansion Proposals & Exhibition

Wetherby Shool now has a need for additional accommodation.The existing vacant property at 47 Bryanston Square provides a unique opportunity for extension of the existing school, to enable additional pupil intake, as well as improving the operation. To enable provision of eight additional class rooms, minor alterations are required within No 48. The proposals are outlined below. An exhibition of the proposals will take place at the school between 5pm and 8pm on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th February.

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses - January 2017

Planning applications considered by the Association Planning sub-committee, January 2017

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Philip Vernon of the Marylebone Association passes away after a long illness

There is sad news to pass on to you that Philip Vernon passed away the day before yesterday after a long illness.

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Marylebone Association Police Liaison Report February 2017

The main areas of concern among residents remain unchanged month to month with minor seasonal variations. These are: rough sleeping and begging, anti social behaviour, personal & other theft and motor vehicle theft.

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