Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor) is seeking views from the local community on the future of under-used buildings in Belgravia, near Victoria station in central London.
On 8-9 March drop-in sessions will provide information on Grosvenor’s proposals for 25 Eccleston Place, Radstock House and the adjacent courtyard.
Grosvenor proposes small-scale improvements to create opportunities for entrepreneurs, designers and small businesses in the buildings and courtyard, opening up inaccessible spaces and improving connections to the surrounding streets. It also proposes adding shops, cafes and restaurants, while improving existing office space in the buildings.
The dates and times of the drop-in sessions are:
8 March - 12noon – 2pm – for workers in nearby offices
8 March - 6pm – 8pm – for local residents
9 March - 6pm – 8pm – for local retailers.
Catherine Stevenson, Location Director, South Belgravia at Grosvenor Britain & Ireland said: “We have been talking to the local community about these proposals over the past few weeks and are keen to use the drop-in sessions to gather further views. The changes aim to complement the existing Belgravia community, retaining the area’s special character and improving the thoroughfare to nearby shops, offices and homes.”
For further information about the plans, the local community can contact email@example.com.
For more information contact:
Hamish McDougall, Press Office
020 7312 6479
Notes to Editors
Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
Grosvenor Britain & Ireland is part of the Grosvenor Group.
Its mission is to create and recreate inspiring places and neighbourhoods, delivering value for customers, shareholders and co-investors with its place-making expertise.
It owns, develops and manages a diverse property portfolio in cities across Britain and Ireland. Business units are focused on its London estate - 300 acres of Mayfair and Belgravia in the heart of the UK’s capital - and developments elsewhere in London, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Oxford, Cambridge and Southampton. As at 31 December 2014, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland had £5.2bn of assets under management.