We are undertaking the comprehensive regeneration of the Ebury Bridge Estate. This will include the provision of a residential-led mixed use development, the demolition of existing buildings and the erection of new buildings to provide around 780 mixed-tenure residential units and ancillary residential facilities, community and business floorspace, the provision of new publicly accessible open space, new pedestrian and vehicle routes, accesses and amenity areas, servicing and other associated works.
To achieve the implementation of this regeneration scheme, we made a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) on 7 January 2022 that affects a number of properties and businesses across the Ebury Bridge estate.
What is a Compulsory Purchase Order and how it affects your property?
- Compulsory purchase is a legal mechanism by which certain bodies (known as ‘acquiring authorities’) Westminster City Council in this case, can acquire land.
- The order authorises the City of Westminster to purchase compulsorily the land described for the purposes of facilitating the carrying out of development, re-development or improvement on or in relation to the land.
Documentation about the CPO:
You can also view the documentation at Westminster City Hall, 64 Victoria Street and the Ebury Bridge Regeneration Base, 15-19 Ebury Bridge Road between Wednesday 12 January 2022 and Monday 7 February 2022.
We understand that this process can cause concern. If you have any questions about the Compulsory Purchase Order, please feel free to contact the Ebury Regeneration Team at [email protected], by phone at 0800 011 3467 or in person at Regeneration Base 15-19 Ebury Bridge Rd, London SW1W 8QX.