A new development has been approved by Westminster City Council that will see a new retail hub be built in Belgravia.
Following the recent death of its owner the Duke of Westminster, Grosvenor — which owns a large portion of Mayfair and Belgravia — has won plans to build an 80,000 squ ft development in the central London borough.
The space will be let to up-and-coming independent retailers who may otherwise struggle to find retail space in the area.
To be completed in 2018 the scheme will see four underused buildings at Eccleston Place near Victoria Station refurbished and transformed into the new retail and creative space,
“This is a really exciting opportunity to convert an underused space in south Belgravia into a creative hub for entrepreneurs and independent retailers,” Grosvenor development director Anna Farnes said.