Baker Street two way

Westminster City Council Cabinet Members have given the approval to undertake a Traffic Order Consultation with the stakeholders, residents and businesses on the proposed changes to parking, waiting, loading restrictions and to permitted turning movements required as part of the proposed Baker Street Two Way project.

The statutory consultation period extends for 21 days from when the notice of proposals is published. The notice will be formally published on 18 November and all comments and responses must be sent in by 9 December 2016.

A hard copy of the following documents has been sent out to stakeholders, residents and businesses within the consultation area:

  • a covering letter briefly outlining the scheme
  • a copy of the Notice of Proposals
  • the Statement of Reasons

Electronic versions of these documents will also be emailed to those who have registered for an update on this project and to statutory stakeholders.

These documents and other associated documents can be viewed or downloaded via the Traffic Order Documentation page on the project website. A hard copy of any of the drawings and consultation material can be requested at tmo.westminster@wspgroup.com.

Alternatively, drawings and other documents will also be available for inspection at the council offices on the 10th Floor of City Hall, Victoria Street, London, SW1E 6QP. These drawings can also be viewed at Marylebone library (54 Beaumount Street, London W1G 6DW).

For more information

Visit the Baker Street and Gloucester Place Two Way project website.

The Baker Street two way project is being developed by Westminster City Council and Transport for London. The project is also supported by the Baker Street Quarter Partnership and The Portman Estate.


Last updated: 5 January 2017
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