What do you think of this opinion piece, used by New West End Company to announce the launch of multiple regenerations around Oxford Street?
With the redevelopment of Bond Street underway and groundbreaking work about to start on Bird Street, it seems that safeguarding the West End's legendary shopping district against business rates and international competition is a priority.
At Dexters' Mayfair branch we're especially fascinated by the thought that our daily dash to the office will one day contribute to energy generation for a whole street.
And more importantly, we look forward to the day when hardworking, home-grown pop ups can showcase their goods in a world-class setting.
Investment in reduced traffic and improved air quality is always welcome for central London residents too. So if you're one of the West End property owners Tyrell talks about consulting, make sure you have your say.
Every one of Dexters' 28 Central London teams are committed to serving their local neighbourhood; just let us know how we can help.
A bold new West End is needed to cope with increased demand for our world-class retail and leisure offer. In the last few weeks, New West End Company launched a major £10m project to upgrade Bond Street in conjunction with Westminster City Council, Transport for London and Bond Street businesses. The project will transform London’s leading luxury street – creating high-quality streetscapes, improved traffic management, widened pavements and public art to match the lavish interiors of the brands – cementing its role as a truly world-renowned luxury shopping and lifestyle destination. And it’s not just about transforming old icons, but creating new ones. The upcoming redevelopment of Bird Street, just off Oxford Street, will be a global first, creating the world’s first ‘smart street’ and traffic-free hub that will host pioneering pop-ups from fashion and technology brands.