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New London retail and creative hub gets the go-ahead

London’s Westminster City Council has granted planning permission to property developer Grosvenor for the creation of a new hub for retailers, designers and makers at Eccleston Place, near Victoria station.

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Designed by architect Buckley Gray Yeoman, the scheme involves four buildings being refurbished to provide around 80,000 sq ft for shops from new and emerging designers, co-working space and restaurants.

Anna Farnes, director of London estate development programme at Grosvenor, said: “This is a really exciting opportunity to convert an underused space in South Belgravia into a creative hub for entrepreneurs and independent retailers. This new place – for visitors, workers and residents – will play an important part in contributing to the diverse and creative character of the area.”

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