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Public Exhibition of the proposals for the redevelopment of ‘West End Green’

Jack Nicholson from Berkeley Homes is inviting members of the public to come and see their proposals for the development of 'West End Green' 285-329 Edgware Road. His letter of invitation and details of the exhibition are below.

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Winter Wonderland Hyde Park Opens November 20th

Winter Wonderland opens in Hyde Park on Friday November 20th and runs until 3rd January. Alun Mainwaring, Head of Events and Filming at the Royal Parks has sent a letter to local residents explaining about the event and how to get in touch with the organisers if they have any feedback during the event. The text of the letter plus a map of the event area can be found below.

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses October 2015

Please find below our responses to planning applications in Marylebone during October 2015. They include the developemnet at Midori House. Please contact me if you have any queries.
Neil Wilson, Chair Marylebone Association Planning sub-committee.

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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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    Paul - I think you've misunderstood the point of these interventions. They're not for people who cycle already. They're for the p
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    As a cyclist myself I am not in favour of the Superhighway because it will push more traffic onto surrounding streets (which are a
  • Martin Hayman says #
    This is so implausible a suggestion from a fellow cyclist that I can only think it is intended as a provocation. I suggest all wh

Action on Pedicabs and Survey - Give your views

Westminster City Council, the Met Police and Transport for London are cracking down on unlicensed rickshaw riders who are aggressively touting for business, blocking pavements, and charging extortionate fares. Using laws guarding against anti-social behaviour, action has been taken against 69 riders in the last few weeks, resulting in four verbal warnings, 31 written warnings, 22 summons, four arrests, and a series of fines.

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Oxford Street - Mayoral candidates to be challenged over plans for pedestrianisation

The Conservative and Labour candidates for Mayor of London are both advocating pedestrianisation of Oxford Street, despite having no alternative solution for traffic. Even the New West End Company, representing the major retailers, which had formerly proposed moves to pedestrianise, now believes that simply moving traffic into residential areas is not an acceptable plan. Marylebone has the worst air quality in London and we (The Marylebone Association) will be challenging the candidates to explain why residents, schoolchildren and hospital patients should be subjected to even more lethal pollution.

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    By making Central London a more pleasant and safer place to walk and cycle in, we allow more people to choose to walk or cycle, r

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