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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses May 2015

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses May 2015

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

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Petition to stop the demolition of Grade II listed building at 152-153 the Strand

Petition to stop the demolition of Grade II listed  building at 152-153 the Strand

King's College London has received planning permission to demolish the unlisted 154-158 and to façade the Grade II listed 152-153 the Strand. These charming buildings with their narrow medieval plots provide important context and setting to the Grade I listed Somerset House and St Mary-Le-Strand. Their loss will be hugely detrimental to the conservation area, the surrounding listed buildings, and will substantially harm one of London's most historic thoroughfares - the processional route from St Pauls to Buckingham Palace.

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses April 2015

Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses  April 2015

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

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Invitation - Public Exhibition for the Proposed Development of 206 Marylebone Road

Invitation - Public Exhibition for the Proposed Development of 206 Marylebone Road

Residents and other interested parties are invited to an exhibition to see the proposed plans for the redevelopment of 206 Marylebone Road at Sports Bar & Grill Marylebone, Melcombe Place, London, NW1 6JJ on Monday 11 May from 4pm to 8pm. The exhibition will show the plans and also enable you to speak to the architect and planning consultant.

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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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Recent Comments

Update to Fibre Optic Broadband rollout in Marylebone
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