Central London Bus Review – extended

TfL have announced that they are extending the closing date of the consultation for proposed changes to bus routes. The consultation will now run until Sunday 7th August. The proposed changes are as a result of TfL’s proposals to the Government for how it will achieve cost-savings, required as part of the Government’s condition ofContinue reading “Central London Bus Review – extended”

Portsea Mews development update

Following a number of objections, the Church Commissioners have announced changes to the Portsea Mews proposed development. Objections largely centred on the impact of the mansard extension. Following that review, the Church Commissioners have confirmed the intention to remove the proposed mansard roof extension on the outer blocks. The removal of this additional storey willContinue reading “Portsea Mews development update”

HyPER Town Hall Meeting

HyPER invites all residents of the Hyde Park Estate to a “town hall” meeting with our newly elected Labour Councillors: Md Shamsed Chowdhury, Paul Dimoldenberg and Judith Southern. It’s very early days, with the new Westminster Council administration still taking shape, but HyPER and our new Hyde Park Estate Ward Councillors want to hear aboutContinue reading “HyPER Town Hall Meeting”

Update from Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

Recognised as a key local organisation, HyPER attended the recent Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens stakeholder meeting, chaired by the CEO of the Royal Parks (Andrew Scattergood), with updates from the 2 parks managers Jason Taylor and Andy Williams as well as the Parks police. We raised a number of questions and suggestions that hadContinue reading “Update from Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens”