Welcome to our consultation website for the emerging ideas for the proposed extension and refurbishment of Marylebone House, 129-137 Marylebone Road, NW1 5QD. The purpose of this website is to provide details about our early thinking for the site, the consultation process and to support the community to submit feedback and ask questions. This is part of our ‘at a distance’ engagement programme that has been designed to comply with social distancing during COVID-19 while still ensuring residents and stakeholders can have a meaningful say in the future of development schemes. The feedback received by the team will inform a Statement of Community Involvement to be submitted as part of a planning application for Marylebone House, 129-137 Marylebone Road, NW1 5QD. If you have any feedback, ideas or questions regarding the process itself then please do get in contact with the team who will be happy to help. Our first stage of consultation ran from Tuesday 4th August to Wednesday 2nd September 2020. On the ‘Have you say’ section of the website, you can still view our virtual exhibition boards to find out more about our early thinking for the site. We are currently reviewing all the feedback we have received during the first round of consultation. After considering the feedback, we will be developing more detailed plans which we will share through a second stage of consultation which will take place in the coming months. In the meantime, if you would be interested in talking to the team and learning about the plans, please get in touch. For privacy and GDPR statements, please click here.
Beltane Asset Management are a privately-owned property investment and development management business with a focus on central London. Beltane specialise in the sensitive refurbishment and repositioning of assets that are in need of significant investment, looking to work with the existing structure of buildings and return them to active use.
Fletcher Priest Architects have over forty years’ experience, with projects across the City of Westminster, including: Buckingham Green in Victoria, Oxbourne House on Oxford Street and most recently the Brunel Building in Paddington. They specialise in understanding a building’s sensitive context and how existing structures and fabric can be reused to reduce disruption and provide economic and environmental sustainability.
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