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Following huge support from the public, stakeholders and partners and the Mayfair Neighbourhood Forum has committed Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funding to its vision for transforming Mayfair into a green, healthy, walkable neighbourhood.
The Mayfair Green Route is a resident-led initiative, developed during 2021 by a multi-disciplinary team led by Fluid & Soundings, and involving extensive stakeholder and public engagement.
It sets out a concept for creating a mile-long green corridor connecting Park Lane to Regent Street, passing through Mount Street Gardens and Berkeley Square and reestablishing the historic connection between the churches of the original St George’s parish.
This distinctive and continuous green thread will be comprised of individual projects, such as pocket gardens, green streets and green roofs, that together will bring nature into the streets of Mayfair, promote health, wellbeing and inclusivity whilst mitigating climate change and revitalising the Georgian city plan for the future.
The Fluid & Soundings-led team included horticulture expert Nigel Dunnett, Placemaking London, Arup’s landscape team, and quantity surveyors Appleyard & Trew. The Mayfair Green Route was developed in partnership with Westminster City Council, Ward Councillors, and landowners, as well as community, resident and business representatives.
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