Westminster City Council cabinet has approved the plans to transform the Oxford Street District. This page outlines the details of their proposals and how New West End Company will be working with them to deliver the scheme.
For any enquiries about the consultation or our response please contact our Director of Placemaking, Dan Johnson, on email@example.com
Oxford Street District Consultation
On 6 November, Westminster City Council launched its consultation for the future of the Oxford Street District. The proposals relate to Oxford Street and the streets immediately surrounding it. It looks at traffic reduction, enhanced public realm and policies to encourage good growth.
This new set off proposals by Westminster City Council replaces the joint Westminster City Council and Transport for London (TfL) proposals from 2017.
Westminster City Council has allocated £150 million over the following three years to the project. They are seeking additional funding from other sources, including The Mayor, TfL and businesses.
The Consultation closed on 16 December 2018. Full details of the consultation are at www.osd.london
New West End Company made response on behalf of West End businesses which you can review below.
The consultation contained three sections.
Section One comprises twelve principles for the district and three specifically for Oxford Street.
Section Two comprises elements of the Place Strategy to put the principles into practice.
Section Three comprises the Delivery Plan which looks in detail at nine zones from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road.
You can see an overview of the Principles, Place Strategy and Delivery Plan here.
Draft London Plan and Draft City Plan
The key growth policies for the West End will be contained in the Mayor’s London Plan and Westminster City Council’s City Plan.
You can see the draft London Plan details here.
New West End Company successfully promoted our four key issues during the consultation on the draft London Plan. These have been incorporated. You can see these here.