Archive for June 2016
All roads crossing East / West including Duchess Street, New Cavendish Street, Weymouth Street, Devonshire Street and Riding House Street will also close. Any residents and businesses will be allowed access up to Portland Place and Langham Place.
Any residents and businesses will be allowed access up to Regent Street.
As per website with East of and West of Regent Street and the rest is also correct as it’s the same as the last few years.
Any residents and businesses will be allowed access up to the route where possible.
- Joseph Williams
There is due to be a public exhibition on the proposals for 21 Soho Square and 3-11 Sutton Row.
The intention is to:
- Comprehensively refurbish the existing buildings
- Modify the profile of the mansard roof at 21 Soho Square
- Construct a new two-storey roof extension at 3-11 Sutton Row
Attached here are the exhibition boards for the proposed developments.
The document also includes details for contacting those submitting the application.
The Residents' Society of Mayfair and St James's will be holding a Summer Garden Party in Mayfair on 22nd June 2016.
The event will take place in Mount Street Gardens, W1K 2PB, and will begin at 6pm.
While it will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the party will bring residents, businesses and friends of Mayfair together.
The event, which will run until dusk (around 9pm), is supported by a number of local businesses, and there will be a selection of drinks and food on offer, along with many forms of entertainment.
Tickets are priced at £30.00 for members, and £35.00 for non-members, and can be bought online via www.rsmsj.com or by completing the form on the final page of the leaflet below.
Residents still have the chance to register to vote in the EU Referendum.
After the government website experienced difficulties last night, the deadline for registration to vote has been extended until today.
On Tuesday the Evening Standard published an article relating to traffic in the West End.
The full Evening Standard article can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/1VyO06x