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Elevating Knightsbridge

We are a Business Improvement District, committed to maintaining standards in London’s most refined community.

We will help Knightsbridge shine bright, protecting its uniquely British heritage and its global reputation. Together with our members and partners, we will deliver an exceptional destination to live, work and visit, providing for the local community while attracting high value visitors from the UK and abroad.

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Latest news and views

Knightsbridge Place Strategy – Have Your Say

The Knightsbridge Partnership is co-creating a place strategy for the Knightsbridge area in collaboration with residents, representatives from community groups, local property owners, businesses, TfL and local authorities. By reimagining and recreating the routes and spaces of Knightsbridge, residents can enjoy a better quality of life, with cleaner air and safer streets. Footfall, dwell time and spend can be increased and Knightsbridge can delight its current and potential visitors, residents, employees and investors alike. 

Felicity Buchan MP visits Knightsbridge

On Friday 30th June, Knightsbridge Partnership were pleased to welcome MP for Kensington, Felicity Buchan, to a walking tour of Knightsbridge.  Felicity was also joined by Councillor Walaa Idris and Councillor Josh Rendall.

Knightsbridge Partnership Annual Breakfast, in partnership with the Bulgari Hotel London

We were delighted to host our Annual Breakfast on Thursday 23rd November at the Bulgari Hotel London. More than 80 attendees joined us at this world-renowned luxury hotel, located at 171 Knightsbridge. We were thrilled to welcome so many representatives from our member businesses, alongside several local stakeholders.

Cleansing team launches in Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge Partnership recently launched their new cleansing team in Knightsbridge. Delivered in partnership with Kensington and Chelsea Council, Westminster City Council and Suez, the cleansing team are carrying out a proactive deep cleansing programme to improve the standards of cleansing across Knightsbridge. This is in addition to responding to reactive cleansing requirements, including low level graffiti removal and hot washing.

Extra! Extra! We launch The Knightsbridge Edit Newspaper

Knightsbridge Partnership are thrilled to announce the launch of The Knightsbridge Edit newspaper! This first edition of this physical periodical highlights and promotes local businesses across multiple sectors, including retail, hospitality and wellbeing. Additionally, the newspaper features fascinating interviews with local figures and product spotlights.

Knightsbridge Partnership holds roundtable on planning and licensing

On 12th September, Knightsbridge Partnership convened the first in our rolling series of roundtables. The first revolved around the planning and licensing regime, and the associated challenges and opportunities involved in supporting the transition from primarily retail-focused high streets and town centres, to ones that involve other uses such as culture and hospitality.

Partnership Profile: Superintendent Owen Renowden, Metropolitan Police

For the latest edition of our Partnership Profile interview series, we sat down with the new Superintendent for Kensington and Chelsea, Owen Renowden, to discuss his career, the importance of collaborative working and local police priorities.

Seasonal Worker Support for Westminster Hospitality and Leisure Businesses

Hospitality and leisure businesses in Westminster can access a pool of seasonal workers created by the newly launched Westminster Works recruitment service.

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“The BID will act as a voice for businesses and a catalyst for much needed improvements which will benefit everyone who lives and works here to help secure a vibrant, viable and sustainable future for Knightsbridge.”

Michael Ward, Chairman, Knightsbridge Partnership

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