Have your say on proposals to build new homes on three sites in Church Street

Consultation has concluded

You have an opportunity to have your say on proposals to redevelop the semi-vacant site between Cosway Street and Stalbridge Street, and 2 Ashbridge Street (locally known as the BT building) for new homes. Both proposals form part of the wider Church Street masterplan. In addition to these proposals, the council is also seeking comments on proposals to build new homes on the Ashmill car park site.

The proposals for Cosway Street intend to maximise the potential of the site by providing up to 53 brand new homes for sale. Ashbridge Street will be developed alongside Cosway Street, and will deliver 26 new homes, all of which will be affordable. Both proposals intend to deliver much-needed new homes to Westminster, and will help the council meet its targets for new homes in the borough.

The Church Street masterplan more generally is an ambitious plan to transform the Church Street area into a sustainable, vibrant and diverse neighbourhood that meets the needs of today and future generations. Learn more about the masterplan here.

View the consultation boards here.


You have an opportunity to have your say on proposals to redevelop the semi-vacant site between Cosway Street and Stalbridge Street, and 2 Ashbridge Street (locally known as the BT building) for new homes. Both proposals form part of the wider Church Street masterplan. In addition to these proposals, the council is also seeking comments on proposals to build new homes on the Ashmill car park site.

The proposals for Cosway Street intend to maximise the potential of the site by providing up to 53 brand new homes for sale. Ashbridge Street will be developed alongside Cosway Street, and will deliver 26 new homes, all of which will be affordable. Both proposals intend to deliver much-needed new homes to Westminster, and will help the council meet its targets for new homes in the borough.

The Church Street masterplan more generally is an ambitious plan to transform the Church Street area into a sustainable, vibrant and diverse neighbourhood that meets the needs of today and future generations. Learn more about the masterplan here.

View the consultation boards here.