London, UK. 2020
JMP’s masterplan for Cadogan Estates and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea will transform this kilometre-long street – one of the world’s leading luxury shopping destinations – into a ‘green boulevard’. Although home to some of the most exclusive fashion houses and private residences in the world, Sloane Street is neither pedestrian-friendly nor particularly atmospheric. This major public realm investment will create a tree-lined boulevard, comparable in ambience to the finest streets in Paris or New York, securing the street's economic future as a vibrant residential location and a major luxury shopping destination.
The scheme will feature a rich palette of York Stone and silver-grey granite, with new trees and extensive planting overseen by Chelsea Flower Show award winner Andy Sturgeon. Significantly wider pavements, traffic-calming measures, more crossing points, improved lighting and new street furniture will ensure a more pleasurable experience for pedestrians. Work is anticipated to be completed by Autumn 2022.
'These proposals strengthen Sloane Street’s position as a global destination for luxury retail and create an even more desirable environment for local residents and businesses – a seamless and inspiring environment whether in-store or travelling along the street.'
Hugh Seaborn, CEO Cadogan Estates
- Cadogan Estates
- Landscape Architect + Masterplanner
- John McAslan + Partners
- Urban Planner
- Space Syntax
- Planting Design
- Andy Sturgeon Design
- Lighting Consultant
- LAPD Lighting