THE EVOLUTION OF CHURCH STREET
The exciting regeneration of Church Street in Westminster – from the open green areas and enhanced public spaces to modern homes and new community initiatives – will benefit everyone who lives and works here.
EVERYTHING ON YOUR DOORSTEP
Carrick Yard, a residential scheme championing local community and embracing the strengths of a mixed-tenure neighbourhood, is the catalyst for the regeneration. The sale of homes here will directly contribute to enhancing Church Street. The evolution of this diverse pocket of Central London is only just beginning, and residents at Carrick Yard will be part of it from the very start.
20% OF PARKING SPACES WILL HAVE ELECTRIC CHARGING POINTS
THE GREEN SPINE BRINGS NEW WALKWAYS PRIORITISING PEOPLE INSTEAD OF CARS
NEW PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLE ROUTES, ENCOURAGING SAFER, HEALTHIER AND GREENER TRAVEL
NEW 20MPH SPEED LIMITS REDUCING THE RISK OF ACCIDENTS SO RESIDENTS FEEL SAFER
307 new homes
Sports hall and community hub
258 new homes
Enhanced public space
New public library
Improved retail and market
1,381 new homes
Enhanced retail and green spaces
AN ENHANCED CHURCH STREET
This regeneration will deliver benefits for everyone by enhancing residential, commercial and public buildings as well as creating new sports facilities, community hubs and landscaped green spaces everyone can enjoy.
This regeneration will bring positive change to the entire neighbourhood, building on Church Street’s long-established sense of pride to make a fundamental and lasting difference to the lives of its residents, current and future.
THE GREEN SPINE
Church Street’s centerpiece will be its green spine, a linear green space to better connect Church Street with Marylebone to the South, and the canal to the North. This public landscaped route will provide a safe and attractive way for residents, workers and visitors to travel through the neighbourhood while promoting positive wellbeing and providing greater opportunity for human interaction.
REJUVENATING AND RECONNECTING
New measures will open Church Street up once again, making it feel better connected to the rest of Marylebone and more integrated with its Central London context.
BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE
New commercial investment and provision will be provided across the neighbourhood from retail through to office space to attract talent and enterprise from all corners of the capital. This will involve a range of commercial unit types for new and established businesses. The famous Church Street market will also be enhanced in collaboration with its stallholders.