About the Marylebone Forum

We are the neighbourhood forum for Marylebone, designated by Westminster City Council since 2015. Our role is to represent a variety of stakeholders made up of those who work, live or study (including those with children at school) in the Marylebone area.

The Marylebone Forum…

– supports and endorses applications for CIL Funding
– is developing a Neighbourhood Plan for Marylebone
– acts as a positive voice for Marylebone, representing residents as well as businesses and other stakeholders in the community on plans and initiatives that affect the area. This includes responding to and participating in planning applications and development consultations, ensuring that policies are being implemented with residents and businesses in mind.

We aim to make the area even better by using the above as a means to address our three core themes and priorities – Air Quality & Sustainability, Community & Wellbeing, and Spaces & Streets – as identified through consultation with local people and stakeholders.

 

The Marylebone Forum committee

Our committee is made up of resident and non-resident representatives from Marylebone. We meet at least four times a year and are voted in at our AGM.

Non-Residents:

Penny Alexander, Baker Street Quarter Partnership

Kay Buxton, Marble Arch BID

Hanna Corney, British Land

Canon Stephen Evans, St Marylebone Parish Church

Mark Gazaleh, small business owner

Christian Lock-Necrews, Knight Frank

Simon Loomes, The Portman Estate (Secretary)

Andrea Merrington, Howard de Walden Estate

Steve Wong, New West End Company

Residents:

Guy Austin

Michael Bolt

Alan Bristow

Sarah Buttleman

Sheila D’Souza

Amanda Feeny

Ann Marie Johnson

Ian Macpherson (Treasurer)

Yael Saunders (Chair)