Planning consent for 28-34 Queensway
Concilio supported Vabel for residential consent in Westminster

Concilio provided political and community engagement for our client Vabel in support of their successful planning application at 28-34 Queensway,

The London-based developer acquired the site from Bourne Capital in spring 2023 and has amended the original consent to “improve the quality and viability” of the development.

The scheme, which forms part of the Queensway Estate Redevelopment Plan by Bourne Capital and the wider regeneration masterplan for the area, will offer 27 private apartments and three affordable homes. The revised proposals ensure that all homes have access to external amenity space, including a new landscaped communal residents’ garden.

The scheme will also deliver 251 sq m of retail at ground level, with the previously consented two large retail units replaced by three smaller retail units and an improved frontage inspired by traditional Victorian shopfronts.

Jeremy Spencer, creative director and co-founder of Vabel, said:

“With significant redevelopment ongoing at The Whiteley, and the redevelopment of Queensway Parade, Queensway is re-energising its reputation as a vibrant, multi-faceted community. We’re so thrilled to be an important part of that story, and we’re delighted to receive such positive feedback from Westminster about our revised proposals.”

Concilio is supporting Mark and CC Land on both The Whiteley and Queensway Parade