Cadogan has been a part of the Chelsea community for over 300 years.
We take pride in the vibrant history and heritage that makes this area unique and are committed to its long term success.
The local community is at the heart of what we do and ensures Chelsea remains one of the best places in the world to live, work and shop.
Our stewardship includes taking great care in selecting retail and restaurants, maintaining and restoring homes and other properties and managing the public realm and acres of green space found across the estate. Where we re-develop property we aim to ensure that the vision for a single building benefits the whole street or wider neighbourhood.
Being a considerate neighbour.
As stewards of the local area for nearly 300 years Cadogan is committed to minimising any construction impact and will work closely with the hotel operator to ensure that neighbours and local communities can see the benefits of these proposals.
We expect that the build work will take approximately 28 months and anticipate that the hotel will open in early 2019.
The construction programme is broadly:
- 18 months of demolition and construction
- 10 months of fit-out work inside the building
Throughout the construction period we will do all we can to minimise noise and disruption for local residents. Cadogan will ensure the development abides by the Code of Considerate Practice whereby all contractors will commit to giving the utmost consideration to their impact on neighbours and the public. We will ensure that:
- Noisy construction work only takes place between the hours of 8.00am and 6.00pm during weekdays and will not be permitted during weekends or bank holidays
- Construction vehicle routes will avoid residential areas wherever possible
- Construction vehicles will only access the site between 9.30am and 3.00pm on weekdays during term time, and between 9.00am and 4.30pm outside of term time
- Save for limited circumstances, no construction traffic will travel to the site during weekends and public holidays
- Retail units at two and four Holbein Place can remain open during this period
As part of the planning application we will include both a Construction Management Plan (CMP) and a Construction and Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) setting out detailed plans to minimise disruption for the duration of the construction. Both documents will be publicly available once our plans are submitted and consulted on as part of the statutory consultation process.
Throughout the consultation period we will produce newsletter updates for our local residents.