We’re committed to an ongoing conversation and giving communities more meaningful involvement in the way that places are designed

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We have worked hard to ensure the final proposals reflect the needs of Mayfair today and in the future.

We have also provided various opportunities for everyone, including local residents and workers, to feedback on the proposals and for them to see how their comments have been listened to.

Local engagement has included:

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    200+ attendees at 3 public consultations and online briefings

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    40+ briefings with local stakeholders including resident groups, amenity societies and Ward Councillors

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    6,000+ visits to the project website and online surveys

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    Regular updates to almost 1,500 addresses in the local area including:

    - 6 project updates
    - 3 invitations to the public consultations
    - A guide to the proposals

Throughout the engagement process over the past 2 years, many people have responded positively to the proposals as they have evolved:

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A summary of all issues raised throughout the consultation, and our response, is set out in our ‘Statement of Community Involvement’. This is a public document that accompanies the planning application and is also available here.