Archive for October 2012

Crossrail Station Development - Davies Street

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The detailed application for the building above the Crossrail station (Bond Street West) are now being considered through a formal Planning Application.

The owners of the site, The Grosvenor Estate, are holding a public exhibition to canvas local views which will utilise the attached slides.

If you have any comments now is your chance to be part of the consultation.

 
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Construction of utility access chambers on Regent Street

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Prior to the arrival of Crossrail’s Tunnel Boring Machines in the Regent Street area, it is necessary to install monitoring equipment on certain utility services. Please see the Information Street below for further information:
 
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Fitzroy Place

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Please see attached the October newsletter for Fitzroy Place which details recent and forthcoming site activities.

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Save Cork Street Rally - Saturday 13th October

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Cork Street, the iconic international art street, is in danger of being demolished and turned into luxury apartments.  The Cork Street galleries have created a public campaign to save it. Help by Signing the Petition.

A rally will take place from 11am-midday, Saturday 13th October Outside Native Land's office at 10-12 Cork Street, W1

The rally will be a peaceful, artistic gathering of artists, arts professionals and local Mayfair residents and will include a backdrop of brightly coloured Save Cork Street banners. A group photo will also be taken.

www.savecorkstreet.com

 

Block W4 Project Update

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Please see the latest Newsletter below to see the latest news and progress.


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Save Cork Street Campaign

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I was happy to meet with Simon Tarrant this week on behalf of the Save Cork Street committee this week to receive a petition signed by more than 10,000 residents.

Image thanks to Phil Starling
and  http://art-antiques-design.com 


Simon's wrote on his blog afterwards:
Here I am pictured with Westminster City Councillor Jonathan Glanz at Westminster City Hall, where I handed over our Save Cork Street petition of 10,753 supporters.
I have also sent a document outlining evidence illustrating how Cork Street, the undisputed internationally famous contemporary art street, is under threat by property developers. The Save Cork Street e-petition has gained 10,753 signatures over the past month, demonstrating huge public support for this campaign.
Under the terms of the Government’s Core Strategy Policy CS26 (Buildings and Uses of International and National Importance), the Save Cork Street committee believes the West End Commission should urgently consider the far-reaching and devastating impact the proposed property developments by The Pollen Estate and Native Land, would have on Cork Street’s international art dealers and the West End.
I should also like to especially thank Elliot Lee, who, together with Siti Osman-Haywood our Gallery Manager, took the time and trouble to initially formulate the wording for the Save Cork Street Petition.
 Please see the petition below. Our target is 20,000 signatures
All the best,
 Simon