Sloane Street scheme masterplanned by John McAslan + Partners

FM Conway will begin work this autumn on a £40m overhaul of Sloane Street in Chelsea which is expected to take three years to complete.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and developer Cadogan are behind the revamp which has been masterplanned by John McAslan + Partners.

Work will include resurfacing and widening pavements, improving the lighting and adding more street furniture.

Chelsea Flower Show award winner Andy Sturgeon has been brought in to oversee new planting at the street best known for its upmarket shops which include Prada and Cartier.

Others working on the scheme include engineer WSP and project manager Gardiner & Theobald.

Materials used will include traditional Yorkstone and silver-grey granite.


The scheme will take three years to complete