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Consultation on Pimlico - Public Realm Proposals and Alfresco Dining

Temporary measures to support Alfresco dining were introduced during lockdown to encourage residents and visitors back to the city and support our hospitality industry when indoor dining wasn’t permitted. Hospitality is a major employer in Westminster supporting around 80,000 jobs. Without these measures, the vast majority of businesses would not have been able to operate, putting thousands of jobs at risk.

As previously announced, the temporary road closures which supported Alfresco measures during lockdown end on 1 October 2021, and any barriers currently in place will be removed.

There is the option for schemes to continue past this date but only if local people agree on schemes in their area – and that's why we are consulting with our residents and businesses so their voice is clearly heard. New schemes will only be brought forward where changes are supported by residents and businesses.

We want your views on the council’s proposals to improve Warwick Way, Denbigh Street and Churton Street with the aim of improving the street for visitors, businesses, and residents.

Do you support the council developing a town centre vision for Pimlico, including a permanent scheme to support alfresco? N.B. This would be subject to detailed formal consultation before it is implemented.
Do you agree that the current alfresco dining scheme should stay on Warwick Way, Denbigh Street and Churton Street until the new scheme is ready to implement?
I am:

The consultation will run until 23:59pm 26 September.

Please note that Pavement Licences are consulted on every 6 months.

Should the alfresco scheme not gain support the current outdoor dining areas and planting will be removed on 30th September 2021. However, if there is local support for a permanent scheme then there will be a full and detailed formal consultation on its design.

If you have any questions about the consultation or the High Street project, please email: [email protected], quoting reference PM01.

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