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Baker Street Two-Way Second Consultation Response – March 2016

Baker Street Two-Way Second Consultation Response – March 2016

The Marylebone Association remains positive over the benefits to pedestrian safety and the improvements to the public realm which the Two-way Scheme offers. As before, our response addresses the scheme to the south of Marylebone Road, the area covered by the Marylebone Association’s planning remit.

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Baker Street Two-Way - Second Consultation Begins

Baker Street Two-Way - Second Consultation Begins

The promised consultation on the amended Baker Street Two-Way Scheme has begun and runs until 20 March. The scheme now includes a number of the revisions requested by the Association. Details can be found and comments made at:- www.westminster.gov.uk/baker-street-two-way .

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Devonshire Place Mews

Following an initiative by the Devonshire Place Mews Residents Association, final-year students at Regent's University have developed ideas for a makeover of the rear facade of the 1960's row of terraced houses on the west side of the mews.

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Baker Street Two-Way Scheme - Modifications

Baker Street Two-Way Scheme - Modifications

Westminster City Council has given presentations to stakeholder groups on further modifications to the Baker Street plans arising from the first round of consultations. When comments have been considered, there will be another full public consultation in the New Year.

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Cycling Consultations Update

Cycling Consultations Update

The public consultation on Cycle Superhighway 11, planned to run through Regent's Park and Portland Place, has been postponed until next year. We hope to see the traffic modelling figures behind these proposals later this month.

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Cycle Superhighway 11

Cycle Superhighway 11

Public consultation on Cycle Superhighway 11, running through Regent's Park into Portland Place, is due to begin shortly. As the current proposals include closing all three gates at the south end of the park to motor vehicles, we are concerned that traffic will be displaced into Marylebone, particularly into Baker Street and Gloucester Place as well as, ironically, the Devonshire Street/Paddington Street section of the proposed Cycle Quietway. Transport for London say they have carried out an assessment of the volume of traffic involved, but will not release the figures.

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