Mayfair and Belgravia is home to a number of verdant gardens and squares.
Grosvenor Square boasts six acres of pristine lawns and encircling neo-Georgian houses and embassies. It is the second largest square in London.
Mount Street Gardens is regarded an important nature conservation site in London. Shaded by London plane trees, dawn redwood trees and Canary Island date palms, it’s a haven for birds such as robins and great tits.
Brown Hart Gardens, located on the roof of the old Duke Street electricity substation (built around 1903), is a raised paved terrace space that, at street level, you might never know existed. Events are hosted here throughout the year for all to enjoy, including the Lumiere light festival and Wimbledon screening.
Belgravia is home to seven of the most historical squares and private gardens in the capital, including Belgrave Square Garden, Eaton Square and Wilton Crescent.
Belgrave Square Garden will once again open to the public with the third Belgravia Classic Car Show, which will take place on Sunday 23 June 2019 from 10am to 5pm.
On Sunday 24 June, from 11am-5pm, Belgrave Square Garden will transform into a sanctuary for classic car enthusiasts
This year's Summer in the Square saw a number of events and activities, but one of the more memorable ones was the Octavia Foundation's tea dance.
This year marks the first ever Belgravia Classic Car Show and it’s set to be a fun day out for the whole family
Ralph McCaffrey, a Grosvenor Landscape Management apprentice, explains what the scheme means to him and what he likes most about it.
Sally Wilton, Founder of the Nomad pop-up cinema, believes film has a role to play in supporting sustainable communities
Next time the sun’s out, make the most of it with these fun ways to explore Mayfair and Belgravia’s outdoor spaces
Go for gold in a new sport with the help of fitness programmes held throughout Mayfair and Belgravia
Meet the people behind Grosvenor’s parks and gardens
GERALD CAVENDISH GROSVENOR 6TH DUKE OF WESTMINSTER, 22 DECEMBER 1951 – 9 AUGUST 2016
In the first of our ‘uncut’ series, Estate Surveyor Nigel Hughes talks us through plans for the London estate