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Marylebone Association welcomes new business members

We would like to welcome the following businesses to the Association as business members

65 Marylebone High Street, W1U 5JG
Tel 020 7486 0440
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Royal Parks Toilet charges commence 23rd March

Charges for toilets in the Royal Parks will begin on 23 March. The price will be 20p, but toilets in the cafes will remain free as will accessible facilities and those for children in the playgrounds.

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Latest news on Issues in Marylebone

Baker Street Two Way Scheme
The latest news on the scheme is that now the public consultation will not take place before May and we still await details of new options.

Moxon Street
We have attended another meeting on the Moxon Street plans, this time with residents of Faraday House, immediately adjacent to the site, who share many of the concerns of St Vincent's School.

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    As the subject of litter in Harley Street has arose perhaps the council would consider tidying the litter left by staff of nearby

Reduce the risk of burglary: Some crime reduction advice

Paul King, Community Protection Officer, Westminster City Council

As a retired Metropolitan Police crime reduction officer I have visited many burgled homes and businesses over the years. The determined burglar will always try to find the weak points to make entry easy. However, many burglaries are committed by criminal opportunists who, seeing a window or door left slightly ajar, take the chance to get in and out quickly, or we put temptation and opportunity in their way by leaving a laptop, cash, passport or jewellery near an open window.

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Marylebone Area Planning Application Responses January 2015

Please find below Planning Application Responses from the Association Planning sub-committee for the Marylebone Area in January 2015

14/10978/FULL/TP/12838/6137 Demolition of the existing building and redevelopment involving the erection of a new building comprising basement, lower ground, ground plus six storeys and rooftop plant fronting Seymour Street and Bryanston Street for use as a school (Class D1); 24 residential units (Class C3); office (Class B1) and dual/alternative restaurant (Class A3) and/or office (Class B1). Works include excavation to extend the existing basement, creation of vehicular entrance on Bryanston Street, provision of car and cycle parking, and associated ancillary works.
OBJECTION: We have several important comments about this scheme as follows:

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Moxon Street Development Update

With our Planning Chair, Neil Wilson, and Cllr Karen Scarborough I attended a meeting at St Vincent's Primary School to hear their concerns over the Moxon Street development. There are already traffic safety concerns around the school, some of which may be addressed soon, but it is essential that the new plans do not exacerbate the situation.

The Farmers Market has also submitted a planning application for the location of the market once the development is completed. In addition to using the planned space within the new building, part of Cramer Street and St Vincent Street, the application includes the closure of the bottom of Aybrook Street. This would effectively cut off all access to the residents parking on Aybrook Street and to the entrance to the residents and public car parks and delivery bay in the new building. The Framers Market is currently canvassing support for the application, but the implications are unclear.

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    Very concerned about the safety of children at St Vincent's Catholic School ( I have 2 granddaughters at the school ) and St Mary

Marylebone Today

Mackintosh Architecture February 28, 10:00 am
Venue: RIBA
“Library Exhibition: Freud the Physician” February 28, 10:00 am
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine
Hamlet February 28, 7:30 pm
Venue: Cockpit Theatre

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