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Planning

The need to control poor planning and building in Marylebone

What We Do

Westminster City Council consults us on every planning application for the area, approximately 1,000 applications annually.  We encourage all developers to engage with us at the earliest opportunity before any pre-application meetings.  We ask that developers and owners give careful regard to the impact their proposal will have not only on the historic or architectural interest of the building, but also on the environment, streetscape and the amenity of neighbours. Generally, we do not object to proposals which have architectural merit, where materials and detailed design take into account and enrich original features and are in proportion to the existing building and streetscape.  See our planning guidelines.

If you disapprove of any development application please read our guide to objecting effectively.  It is important that you make your views known directly to Westminster City Council, as it is them who determine all planning applications.

Planning Team

nwilson (Neil Wilson)

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Position: Chair, Planning Sub-committee

jwarwick (Janice Warwick)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Administrator

rbriggs (Richard Briggs)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

tbromet (Tom Bromet)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

jholt (Jonathan Holt)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

whulbert (William Hulbert)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

dmarks (Dan Marks)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

squinn (Stephen Quinn)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

vshipton (Victoria Shipton)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

ltozer (Luke Tozer)

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Position: Planning Sub-committee Member

Planning News

Wednesday, 14th March, 2018
Please find attached the minutes from the most recent CLG meeting, held last Thursday (8th March).At the meeting, attendees were informed of upcoming archaeological digs on site undertaken by the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA). After meeting wit...
Friday, 16th February, 2018
A new library for Marylebone is to be built at Seymour Leisure Centre and, subject to consultation and planning decision, is due to open in autumn 2020.As well as providing a space to read or browse books, and other library stock, the new modern libr...

Planning Applications

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Conflict Statement - Please Note

We are fortunate in the Marylebone Association that our Planning Sub-Committee consists of eight local and active professional Architects/Town planners. However, from time to time conflicts of interests do arise. Where this is the case the Association's planning application comments feature a "declaration of interest"

The Association would like it noted that were a member of planning sub-committee has links with an application, the member has not been involved in making the submission.

Where an application is considered significant for Marylebone, the Association's response is agreed by the main committee of the Association.

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