Welcome

Welcome to Westminster City Council’s Vision for Soho website.

The Place Shaping team at Westminster City Council are inviting you to be part of the team creating a “Vision for Soho”.

Westminster City Council are looking to develop a wide-ranging vision and programme of improvements for Soho. This will seek to build upon the extensive consultation that has taken place in recent years, including the emerging Neighbourhood Plan, and we are keen to talk to as many people as possible to help us shape the new vision.

This vision is intended to build upon the emerging Soho Neighbourhood Plan. To find out more please visit their website here.

The Vision for Soho website will be updated with more detail as the plans take shape so if you would like to be kept up to date with our work then please sign up to the mailing list here.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

 

BY EMAIL, PHONE OR POST

Our team are happy to hear from you and answer any questions via:

Website: www.visionforsoho.co.uk
Email: visionforsoho@kandaconsulting.co.uk
Phone: 020 3900 3676

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Workshop One and Two

To view and download a copy of the materials presented throughout the first and second phases of engagement, please click here.

Phase Three

The third phase of engagement is now closed. To view and download a copy of the materials presented during this phase of engagement, please click here.

The report summarising the feedback received during the third phase of engagement is available to read here.

Alternatively, a copy of the report can be seen in the document archive.

Next Steps

Our communities are at the heart of everything that we do as a council and we want our residents and businesses to know that we are listening and acting on their concerns.

In Soho local people are rightly anxious about noise pollution, air quality, and the traffic that blights their neighbourhood.

So, we are pausing the previously proposed consultation plans, Vision for Soho, to re-examine how these issues can best be monitored and tackled in the interests of both the residential and business communities that make Soho such a special and dynamic place to live.

We want Soho to remain a vibrant centre for a diverse range of the capital’s creative and hospitality businesses for years to come but not at the expense of those that call it home.

Councillor Geoff Barraclough, Planning and Economic Development

SOHO

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Our communities are at the heart of everything that we do as a council and we want our residents and businesses to know that we are listening and acting on their concerns.

In Soho local people are rightly anxious about noise pollution, air quality, and the traffic that blights their neighbourhood.

So, we are pausing the previously proposed consultation plans, Vision for Soho, to re-examine how these issues can best be monitored and tackled in the interests of both the residential and business communities that make Soho such a special and dynamic place to live.

We want Soho to remain a vibrant centre for a diverse range of the capital’s creative and hospitality businesses for years to come but not at the expense of those that call it home.

Councillor Geoff Barraclough, Planning and Economic Development