Rugby Estate Day

Rugby Estate Day in London


This event in the award-winning surroundings of Bloomsbury will recognise the bequest of Rugby School’s founder, Lawrence Sheriff, with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque on the corner of Rugby and Lamb's Conduit Streets by AN Wilson (a pupil at the School from 1964-68). It will also celebrate the founding of the Rugby Estate with all the local retailers as well as the Rugbeian community. After the official unveiling at 6pm, everyone is invited to join the ‘Street Party’ and enjoy the celebratory village atmosphere as well as browsing the delightful shops in an area recognised as one of the top ‘hidden gems’ in London.


Date: Friday, 28 April 2017
Venue: Lamb's Conduit Street and Rugby Street, Bloomsbury, London


Street celebrations, which include a drinks reception, music from the School, street theatre and networking,  has been organised by the Rugbeian Under 30’s. Open to everyone who has a history with the School, guests will require tickets for the street party (free), while there will be a nominal charge for the Under 30s annual get together in the Rugby Tavern.

To book click HERE 



West End Project

We attended at Westminster City Hall with other members of the West End Community Network (WECN) at the invitation of TFL on 1st Nov.

This meeting was conviened to brief community groups on the timeline for discussions concerning proposed changes to bus routes, transport systems and improvments to the pedestrian environments throughout the West End.

The Elizabeth Line is anticipated to be opened in Dec 2018 and between now and then we will engage with TFL, Camden, Westminster and the GLA. Initially Oxford Street West will be given priority followed by Oxford Street East.

The BA will engage with these groups through our mmbership of the WECN.


Torrington Place / Tavistock Place route - Consultation

This consultation by Camden Council asks for your views on the current street layout at Torrington Place / Tavistock Place, which was implemented as a trial. We would like your opinion on whether to keep the current layout (with improvements such as wider pavements and stepped cycle tracks) or to remove it completely and return the street to its former, pre-trial layout (with two traffic lanes and a single, two-way cycle track).


You can find further details and the consultation form at this address:

Bloomsbury Safer Neighbourhood Team (BST)

How to contact the Team:

Safer Neighbourhoods Team Bloomsbury

Telephone 020 8721 2693



However, after holding an appeal hearing in October planning inspector David Prentis ruled that concerns by Camden Council and local people about air quality and the impact on the local environment could be adequately managed though planning conditions and a S106 legal agreement. We shall see if this goes ahead
14 Jan 2016: Londons first underground hotel development proposal REFUSED by Camden Council.
 In commenting on the proposal, the Bloomsbury Association have received advice from Waterman Infrastructure & Environment, Sandy Brown Associates, Peter Evans Partnership, Arup, Barton Willmore and the GLA.
We acknowledge support gives by Fitzrovia News, with thanks. 
We particularly wish to thank Roger Wilson, who presented our case to the planning committee in a thoroughly professional manner.

Sincere thanks to all those that supported us. 


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