About the Marylebone Forum
Marylebone is the largest designated Neighbourhood Forum in Westminster (by size, council tax dwellings and registered businesses).
We are fortunate to have motivated and engaged stakeholders, including local residents, Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) and landed estates (Howard de Walden and Portman), with excellent links right across our local community.
Our daily population is vastly increased by workers, students and visitors – if you live, work or study in Marylebone, please come and join us.
What is a Neighbourhood Forum?
The Localism Act 2011 encourages Neighbourhood Forums to play a key role in planning policy for new developments, through the development of a Neighbourhood Plan, supported by evidence of good community engagement.
The Marylebone Forum was established in 2013 by a group of stakeholders from local amenity societies, businesses and residents. The group created a written constitution and applied to Westminster City Council for ‘designated status‘, to represent Marylebone, which was granted in September 2015. You can find minutes of AGMs and committee meetings here, and the list of current committee members here.
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