Regular newsletters will be distributed to neighbours to provide updates about this project.
A Tower Crane was installed on the St. Vincent Street/ Marylebone High Street site on Saturday 6th April 2019. It was erected using a mobile crane based in the Moxon Street Car park. This workrequired the partial road closure of Marylebone High Street. The traffic management plan below details the diversions that were required.
Further details of this project can be found on the Westminster website https://www.westminster.gov.uk/planning
17/01347/FULL Alterations to entire building including the erection of a mansard roof extension, new plant areas and extract ducting to the backland building, and erection of a building fronting St. Vincent Street comprising ground to fourth floors. Use of the rear lower ground and part ground for restaurant (class A3) use (accessed from St. Vincent Street), use of part lower ground and part ground as a shop (Class A1), use of part lower ground, part ground, part 1st, 2nd -4th floor levels as office (Class B1) floorspace (accessed from St. Vincent Street) and use of part ground and part first floor levels as education use (Class D1) (accessed from Cramer Street). Part of land use swap with 100 Marylebone Lane
This project by Howard de Walden has now been granted planning permission and the preparatory works, including erecting hoarding along St. Vincent Street, as shown in the diagram below, started during the school holidays so the main work can commence safely.