We provide business with an influential voice to stimulate and shape change where necessary, resolve challenges and take advantage of opportunities. We work in partnership with, and lobby local government, to help support our business community to grow and flourish in Fitzrovia. Read our complete Shaping Change in Fitzrovia document.
The West End Project is Camden Council’s £35 million public realm project which will transform the heart of the West End making it safer and more attractive for residents, boosting the local economy.
Read more on The West End Project
Phase one: End of 2021
Crossrail is currently the largest construction project in Europe with an investment value of over £15 billion. Opening in stages, it will start operating as the Elizabeth line from late 2021. The line will stretch from Reading and Heathrow and serve 41 stations including ten new ones.
The Fitzrovia Partnership is delighted to have worked with New West End Company and Heart of London Business Improvement Districts to commission a ground-breaking report, to analyse the impact this rail network will have on the West End.
Published by Arup, read the full Crossrail Readiness Study report.
The future of Oxford Street and its environs is under review. The Fitzrovia Partnership is playing an active role in the consultations which cover public realm, transportation, pedestrian movement and green space.
Phase one: London to West Midlands 2026
High Speed 2 is a planned high-speed railway connecting London with the major cities in the north of the United Kingdom. Euston is the station where HS2 trains will begin and terminate their journeys and will undergo a transformation with the addition of 11 new platforms and a reconfiguration of the surrounding area.
There are a number of commercial and mixed-use developments underway in Fitzrovia including:
Derwent London is creating a new and vibrant urban scheme which comprises offices, retail and some residential.
The proposed redevelopment of the former Middlesex Hospital Annex for UCLH Charity to provide a high quality, mixed-use, sustainable development including residential, affordable housing, commercial and new public spaces for the local community.
Demolition of existing buildings and erection of a new part four, part five and part six storey building plus double basement to provide 4 x flats (1 x 1 bed; 3 x 3 beds) along with B1 and B1c floorspace.
Proton Beam Therapy, Grafton Way by UCLH
Draft Mayor’s Transport Strategy; Joint Response from 17 Central London BIDs
This document presents a unified response by 17 Central London Business Improvement Districts to the Mayor of London’s draft Transport Strategy.