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Marylebone Forum 1st Annual General Meeting Report

Marylebone Forum 1st Annual General Meeting Report

The first Annual General Meeting of the Forum took place at International Students House on Thursday 28th January 2016. The primary purpose of the meeting was to elect the Forum Committee to manage the creation of a neighbourhood plan on behalf of members, residents, businesses and the working population of Marylebone. 

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The Wonderpass – a new kind of cultural crossing

The Wonderpass – a new kind of cultural crossing

Press Release from The Baker Street Quarter - The Marylebone Road’s once bleak pedestrian underpass has been transformed into an intriguing Wonderpass. Gone are the dingy walls and unreliable lighting: in its place is an engaging cultural walkway, offering pedestrians an enlightening way to cross the road.

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Baker Street "Wonderpass" opening in the next few days

Baker Street "Wonderpass" opening in the next few days

Baker Street Quarter  have announced that the re-opening of the Marylebone Road Subway is just days away. The Subway has been closed since September 2015 for significant structural improvements and a snazzy make-over. The Wonderpass, as it will be known, will be a far more inviting facility which it is hoped many people will make use of.

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Area Forums, Open Forums and Neighbourhood Forums - a Brief Guide

We are a little concerned that the multiplication of the use of bodies incorporating "Forum" in their title may be causing confusion and can only hope that the explanation below on the present state of play with Forums (or Fora, as latinists may prefer) will not serve to muddy the waters further.

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Julia Alexander elected to represent Bryanston & Dorset Square ward

Julia Alexander elected to represent Bryanston & Dorset Square ward

Julia Alexander was elected as Westminster councillor for the Bryanston and Dorset Square ward by-election yesterday 22nd October. The by-election was caused by the death of Councillor Audrey Lewis earlier this year.

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Marylebone Forum designated as Neighbourhood Forum by Westminster City Council

Marylebone Forum designated as Neighbourhood Forum by Westminster City Council

The Marylebone Forum has now been designated as the Neighbourhood Forum for the Marylebone area, the official letter from Westminster Council with the notification of this can be seen here.

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