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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Ambassador Service set to Launch

Marble Arch London is one step closer to launching its ambassador service after formal invitations to tender were issued today to potential contractors. The service will see a new uniformed presence on Edgware Road and in surrounding streets, reporting environmental issues, assisting with way-finding, supporting homeless people off the streets and managing back anti-social behaviour…

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Marble Arch London signs up to London Air Patrol

Technology company Plume Labs and DigitasLBi released a flock of pigeons in London carrying tiny backpack air pollution monitors in March. The lightweight sensors were stitched onto small fabric vests that fit comfortably on the pigeons and measured levels of nitrogen dioxide and ozone, the main gases behind harmful air pollution. The pigeons flew for…

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