Cundy Street Quarter
A rare opportunity to deliver more affordable and open market homes, new amenities and improved public spaces in central London
Partially bordered by Ebury Street, Cundy Street and Pimlico Road in Belgravia, at 2.4 acres in size, the Cundy Street Quarter is a rare opportunity to deliver more homes, new amenities and improved public spaces in central London.
Following receipt of planning permission in June 2021, we will create a new inclusive neighbourhood that meets the needs of residents and businesses today whilst ensuring that it respects the area’s significant heritage and will stand the test of time.
Through a sensitive but comprehensive development, we will deliver a significant increase in much-needed housing for Westminster.
As a company we are committed to maintaining and where possible growing the range of housing on our London estate, including affordable.
The permitted scheme will provide 88 new affordable homes – with social rented tenants currently on the site able to move just once in to their new homes should they wish.
All affordable homes will be up to 50% larger than existing homes, cheaper to run, and have dedicated communal gardens and play spaces. Westminster City Council residents from Walden House also have a right to return to the new social rented homes on site, with the option to move just once should they choose. These homes will be prioritised in the first phase of the development, expected to complete in 2026.
We’re working to a series of bold environmental goals including achieving net zero carbon, zero waste and a significant biodiversity gain in Belgravia and Mayfair.
The approval secures a £10m investment in new and existing public spaces including revitalising Ebury Square Gardens. 27,000 sq ft of green and blue roofs will enhance local biodiversity and help reduce water consumption by 45%.
In addition to the increase in green space, the scheme will result in a 94% reduction in operational carbon and a 55% reduction in total operational and embodied carbon, compared to what’s there today.
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