Belgravia has been the destination for tastemakers for more than 200 years. Today, we’re building on that heritage by forging the path towards being one of London’s best sustainable shopping and dining districts, evolving our iconic community by investing in a greener future.
The environment matters to all of us. By placing it at the heart of our plans for Belgravia, we help to inspire the people that visit to imagine a better way of living in the wider world.
We have a clear vision for achieving an eco-conscious future for Belgravia, including retrofitting existing buildings, such as completely decarbonising an entire terrace on Buckingham Palace Road. And we’re collaborating with occupiers to reduce their carbon emissions through renewable energy: giving new life to the evocative shops and restaurants that you know and love.
We’re already home to several diverse independent boutiques and restaurants that are at the forefront of sustainable practices, including ethical fashion brand NRBY, natural paint specialists Edward Bulmer, and No.11 Pimlico Road, a restaurant and bar that has won awards for its sustainability initiatives. All are striving to do their bit for the planet, without compromising on superior quality.
Eccleston Yards is exploring what a circular neighbourhood could look like, including food waste prevention trials, repair opportunities and boosting recycling rates.
Our new office development at Holbein Gardens will place sustainability at its heart, saving 50% more energy than a typical London office.
And we’re on this journey for the long-term. We’re working together with shops, restaurants, and visitors to transform Belgravia into a socially and environmentally diverse neighbourhood that everyone can enjoy. Together, we can create a cleaner and greener environment in our corner of the capital. And because of the size of our estate, we can play a major part in transforming London into one of the world’s greenest cities. Belgravia’s rich creative history is part of the fabric of London. We’re determined to create a more sustainable future here, today and for years to come.