Eating Out Guide

From the bright lights of Edgware Road to the leafy streets and boutiques of Seymour Place, New Quebec Street and Connaught Village, you’ll discover global flavours in the Marble Arch neighbourhood. A Taste of Marble Arch will be launched at the end of July, with a printed version containing 50 cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars and…

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Business Security Zone

The Metropolitan Police are working with Marble Arch London to create a Business Security Zone for the area. This designation enables us to access regular security updates and benefit from free Police courses on counter terrorism, contingency planning, emergency evacuations, identity checks and fraud detection. These can made bespoke for your particular business and location…

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Marble Arch joins #RealChange Campaign

Homeless charities in central London have joined forces with Westminster City Council and Business Improvement Districts to thank Londoners for helping thousands of people off the streets every year. Westminster has the highest number of rough sleepers in the UK, accounting for almost a third of rough sleeping in the whole of London. Investment by…

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The Portman Summer Street Party, 14 July 5-10pm

Tropical treats will flood the streets of Marylebone on Thursday 14 July, with the return of The Portman Summer Street Party for its sixth year. From 5pm until 10pm, Seymour Place and New Quebec Street will be brimming with tropical music and entertainment, as well as food, drinks and special offers from some of Marylebone’s…

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Brothers Unveiled at Marble Arch

The latest addition to Westminster City Council’s City of Sculpture Programme, “Brothers” by David Breuer-Weil, has been installed at Marble Arch. City of Sculpture sees the City Council collaborate with private and public galleries to commission and donate public art pieces across Westminster, to provide residents and visitors with the opportunity to access public art…

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Marble Arch Community Programme

One of our aims as a Business Improvement District is to create strong links between companies in and around Marble Arch and their surrounding communities. We are developing a programme which supports companies to engage with local schools, charities and community partners through skilled and unskilled volunteering, in-kind donations and fundraising. Team challenges can be…

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Flyover gets a Makeover

Regular users of the crossings and cycle hire below the Marylebone Flyover will have noticed a new piece of public art appear in April. ‘Forest under the Flyover’ was produced by Manou Bendon following a commission by Transport for London (TfL) who own the structure. Marble Arch London has been working with TfL and Westminster…

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Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood

Marble Arch London has joined forces with Westminster City Council to bid for £1m to create a low emission neighbourhood in Marylebone. Two boroughs will win £1m from the Greater London Authority (GLA) and Transport for London (TfL). The Low Emission Neighbourhood will stretch from George Street in the west to Marylebone High Street in…

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