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Transformation of Queensway unveiled
A new £3bn vision for the future of Queensway has been unveiled, delivering a blueprint for the future of London's high streets. The changes, to be delivered by the Queensway Joint Steering Committee in close consultation with Westminster City Council and TfL, mark the biggest investment Queensway has ever seen and will enable the creation of a new district for living, shopping, dining and leisure.
"Through this major investment programme, Queensway will be reborn as a thriving, modern and vibrant living and leisure district; the high street of the future and a vital London destination."
Alex Michelin, Finchatton
On behalf of the Queensway Joint Committee
Currently submitted for planning with Westminster Council, the project is scheduled to fully complete in 2026 and will deliver seven new buildings, over 350 new homes, 10,000 sq ft of new office space, 530m of refurbished shop fronts and 500m of new retail opportunities.
Located between Hyde Park and Notting Hill, the project will be bookmarked by landmark property developments including The Whiteley and Park Modern.
Set to complete in late 2023, The Whiteley brings together modern architecture with retained and restored Grade II Listed features to provide 139 high specification residences, 20 new shops, cafes and restaurants, a cinema, state-of-the-art gym and London’s flagship Six Senses hotel and spa, offering 110 rooms, 14 Six Senses residences and a members’ social and wellness club.
G&T is providing Project Management and Employer’s Agent services for the planning, design, procurement, demolition, rebuild and fit-out of the London's first department store (Whiteleys) as well as Cost Management services for the hotel fit-out.
Park Modern will deliver 52 new, world-class apartments, three penthouses and two mews houses overlooking neighbouring Hyde Park and a series of Parisian-style pavilions will transform underutilised side streets from crammed parking spots to new retail and al fresco dining experiences.