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Local residents outraged by developer's plans for Park Crescent West

Local residents outraged by developer's plans for Park Crescent West

There is outrage over plans to demolish Grade I listed crescent designed by Buckingham Palace architect John Nash and replace it with £500m block of luxury flats .

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses March 2015

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses March 2015

Listed below are Planning Application Responses considered by Association Planning sub-committee for the Marylebone Area in March 2015.

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Labour Group calls on Westminster Council to allow the public to speak at Planning Committee Meetings

Labour Group calls on Westminster Council to allow the public to speak at Planning Committee Meetings

Labour Councillors have called on Westminster Council to allow the public to speak at the weekly Westminster Planning Committee meetings in the same way as the public are allowed to speak at practically every other Planning Committee in London and the rest of the UK.

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Portman Estate given go-ahead to redevelop Marylebone Police Station site

Portman Estate given go-ahead to redevelop Marylebone Police Station site

Westminster City Council's planning department has given The Portman Estate planning permission to demolish the existing building at 1-9 Seymour Street and redevelop the site.

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Marylebone Association responds to latest plan for Moxon Street Car Park

Marylebone Association responds to latest plan for Moxon Street Car Park

The Marylebone Association Planning sub-committee has recently reviewed the latest planning application for the Moxon Street Car Park site. The development of plan has been followed with great interest by Marylebone residents and other interested parties in the vicinity, both the development itself and the proposals for public amenities including the local farmer's market and a public open space. The planning sub-committee has objected to this latest plan, the reasons for their decision can be found in the document attached below.

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses February 2015

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses February 2015

Listesd below are Planning Application Responses considered by Association Planning sub-committee for the Marylebone Area in February 2015.

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