Whiteleys Redevelopment Information Notice

Due to the number of enquiries lodged with our communications team and also with Westminster City Council (WCC) following commencement of the basement slab breakout in the Whiteleys carpark, we felt it necessary to explain in a little more detail exactly what is currently occurring on site, measures being taken to mitigate and expected timescales.

Please find the information notice here.


Thank you for your continued support of Whiteleys Shopping Centre. In the coming weeks as part of the transformation of Whiteleys and in preparation for the next chapter, Whiteleys Shopping Centre and the car park has now closed. This will pave the way for enabling works to commence in early 2019, marking the first phase of the much-needed restoration and transformation of Whiteleys.

We’re excited to restore this iconic London heritage building as it forms an important part of the wider regeneration of Queensway which is being transformed into a more pedestrian friendly thoroughfare for London by widening the pavements and reducing street clutter.

Please use our Whiteleys telephone helpline; 0203 890 7309 if you have any questions about the redevelopment during normal working hours. If your query is outside working hours please do feel free to contact the team by email via email address; vanisha@whiteleysdevelopment.co.uk and we will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible.

Media enquiries should be directed to; Giles Barrie at FTI on telephone number; 0203 727 1042 / 07798 926814 or email address; Whiteleys@fticonsulting.com.

Further updates will be posted on this website www.whiteleysdevelopment.co.uk in the coming weeks. You can also sign up on this website to receive future newsletters.

Proposed changes to the planning consent for Whiteleys, Queensway, London W2 4YH

The owners of the former Whiteleys shopping centre are set to propose amendments related to the internal arrangement of the existing planning consent granted in May 2017, for its restoration and redevelopment into a new retail, residential and leisure destination.

The proposed amendments to the existing planning consented scheme will take the form of a Section 73 planning application which will be submitted to Westminster City Council. The height, outline shape and external appearance of the building in the proposed plans do not differ from the existing plans.

A Public Exhibition was held on Thursday 7th of March, to hear the views and opinions of the local community on the proposed amendments.

Please find attached a copy of the boards displayed at the exhibition here.