First details of 80 Charlotte Street and 65 Whitfield Street demolition and construction published

Brookfield Multiplex the contractor for Derwent London have published a newsletter ahead of the start of demolition and construction works at 80 Charlotte Street and 65 Whitfield Street. Work is due to start on 24 August 2015 and continue until the end of 2018. It is one of the largest construction projects in Fitzrovia and …

Public exhibition of proposals for 29-35 Rathbone Street

We have received an invitation to a public exhibition to display proposals for 29-35 Rathbone Street. Richard Paice of I.S.A. Holdings Ltd has written to us saying his company is "in the early stages of preparing a planning application for Westminster City Council for 29-35 Rathbone Street". Paice says the "intention is to refurbish and …

Westminster planning and licensing applications in Fitzrovia, 13 July to 2 August 2015

There were 13 planning applications validated in the Westminster part of Fitzrovia between 13 July and 2 August 2015. There were no new licensing applications. To view the list of planning and licensing applications see below.  The latest planning applications and their status are always available to view at ; Erection of a mansard roof extension …

Camden planning and licensing applications in Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia, 13 July to 2 August 2015

There were 32 planning applications registered by Camden Council from 13 July to 2 August 2015 in Bloomsbury ward.  To view the applications download the pdf file: bloomsbury-planning-13-july-2-august-2015 Licensing applications open for consultation in the whole of Camden are here. The latest planning applications can always be found at and licensing at

We are sad to announce that David Watson has died

We are sad to announce that David Romer Watson, former chairman of Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association, died on 28 July 2015 aged 80 years. An announcement in the Times newspaper said he died peacefully and stated: "Will be very much missed by his partner, family and friends. No flowers but donations to cancer research appreciated."