The council would like to deliver better services and facilities in and around the Churchill Gardens Estate in Pimlico.
This could include modern residential / nursing care and housing facilities for older people, improved school buildings, better play spaces for children and young people, and improvements to local public and green spaces.
Architects Levitt Bernstein / URS were appointed by the council in August 2013 to work with local communities to develop proposals for improvements.
In light of views expressed by residents, the council has decided to pause the current consultation to take some time to reflect on the feedback received from local communities, and seek additional feedback from local groups. Once we have reflected on this feedback, we will be back in touch with residents in the autumn.
Initial consultation events were held at the Community Hall on the Churchill Gardens Estate on 22 November 2013 and 1 February 2014. Materials can be viewed below:
A first workshop to co-create proposals with local communities was held at Churchill Hall on 3 June 2014.
Levitt Bernstein / URS are a team of award winning practices of architects, urban designers, landscape architects, town planners and engineers. They have designed and delivered a wide range of mixed use projects. They are specialists in working with local communities, building on local knowledge and needs, and have designed and delivered sustainable and liveable environments.
Levitt Bernstein / URS and Westminster City Council have been working with local communities to identify what improvements could be made in the Churchill Gardens neighbourhood.
Meetings with local groups. Initial consultation events held on 22 November 2013 and 1 February 2014.
More focused design workshop session with interested residents and stakeholders. A first workshop was held on 3 June 2014.
As noted above, in light of views expressed by residents, the council has decided to pause the current consultation to take some time to reflect on the feedback received from local communities, and seek additional feedback from local groups.
If you would like to be kept informed, please contact the project team at the details below.
Telephone: 020 7641 5404