We are committed to re-designing Grosvenor Square in close partnership with both our neighbours, and London communities to bring together the best knowledge to create a new type of urban square that fosters a sense of discovery and wellbeing for both people and planet.
We have already heard from many people. First through an initial survey completed by 1,000 Londoners and then as part of an international Call for Ideas, where many designers, horticulturalists and architects shared creative suggestions for the future of the square.
Informed by these conversations and ideas, we tested an initial set of principles with the community and ran a formal design competition in 2019, which many of the world’s leading landscape and design teams took part in.
In February 2020, Tonkin Liu were appointed as the lead designer for Grosvenor Square. They were selected as the winners of a formal design competition which included many of the worlds leading landscape and design teams. Their focus on connecting people back to nature, collective storytelling and community involvement were key factors in their success.
We are listening to how people would like to be involved, and over the next year will offer a range of opportunities for people to be involved in ways and at times that suit them so that they can understand and influence the new designs for Grosvenor Square.
Throughout the project we will regularly be sharing the feedback we gather throughout the project we will regularly be sharing the feedback we gather on through the news and events page, mailing list and events so that we are transparent about what we are hearing and how the feedback is having an impact.
"What would you like from Grosvenor Square?" survey completed by 1,000 Londoners.
International call for ideas.
Initial principles tested with community.
Meet the design team events to introduce Tonkin Liu
Big topic talks and local conversations to explore initial ideas and gather insight. For more information click here.
Summer exhibition to share community priorities & gather feedback on initial design ideas.
Autumn exhibition to gather feedback on developing design ideas.
Refine design ideas through local conversations, walks and pilot activities.
Sharing the final proposals and collecting feedback on detailed designs.
to be kept up to date with the project and get involved in shaping the square
By providing your details you agree to be contacted by Grosvenor about Grosvenor Square. We will keep your information on file until the project is complete. We will not pass your details to any third party and you can be removed from the mailing list at any time by contacting email@example.com