We are sharing the detailed proposals for the South Molton Triangle, which have been shaped through nearly 2 years of public consultation.
A revised approach to engagement
Over the past two years we have kept you updated through this website, as well as holding public events, attending group meetings and having individual conversations. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we need to adapt our usual face-to-face approach.
We will continue consulting wherever possible using a range of digital and print methods to keep you informed, including an online survey and virtual briefings. We also have several documents including a guide to the proposals which are available to download or can be posted out to you if you would prefer.
More jobs, shops, homes and amenities.
Around 35 new shops, cafes and restaurants.
Around 12 new homes, all of which would be affordable housing.
86% increase in office workspace.
An additional local spend of £6 million a year.
Preserving what’s great about Mayfair.
Heritage facades would be preserved and sensitively adapted.
Grays Antiques and the Running Horse pub will be retained.
40–46 Brook Street will be retained and converted into a hotel.
Celebrating the history and character of the area in the public spaces.
A greener, cleaner, more elegant place.
A new pedestrian route between South Molton Lane and South Molton Street.
Pedestrian only access along Davies Mews after midday to allow alfresco dining.
Servicing would be consolidated and by electric vehicles only.
New buildings would produce 35% less carbon than a building built to current UK standards.
Your views are important and will help shape our future plans and ideas for the South Molton Triangle.