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7 Bulstrode Place, London, W1U 2HU

Reported via desktop in the Illegal parking category anonymously at 09:31, Wed 1 December 2021 using FixMyStreet Pro

Sent to Westminster City Council less than a minute later

Subject: 7 Bulstrode Place, London, W1U 2HU From: Jonathan Stein (

Dear Sirs,

I wish to bring to your attention an issue which has been getting progressively worse over a period of time in Bulstrode Place.

I own 7 Bulstrode Place, which is directly opposite the rear entrance to The Marylebone Hotel. Bulstrode Place as you know is a cul-de-sac and deliveries are made to the hotel via this access.

I appreciate that deliveries are made to the hotel every day and that rubbish collection is both regular & required. Normally the delivery vans come and go, although they do not clean up behind them, nor does the hotel. In fact the hotel itself hasn't been washing down the street for a very long time. They seem more reliant on rain storms.

However, there's also a further problem and that is with all large hotels there are always ongoing maintenance issues, and unlike delivery stop-offs, builders & sub-contractors park their vans every day, all day, blocking access to ours and our neighbour's garages. On some occasions, and with shopping in tow, I'm forced to park in Bulstrode Street, or further still in Bentinck Street, and it's just not acceptable. The hotel doesn't take us seriously and the builders/sub-contractors ignore us because as far as they're concerned, they are employed to do a job.

The street has also become a 'waiting area' for chauffer's and UBER's whilst their fares are either working out at Third Space - the gym (part of The Marylebone Hotel), or directly opposite at the The European Scanning Centre at 10-11 Bulstrode Place.

Whilst I can accept daily deliveries for the hotel, builders and their vans need to find parking elsewhere and 'idling' cars waiting should not be allowed to park. I never see a warden walk down into the cul-de-sac, but as I resident I should be able to access my own property.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully, Sally-Anne Stein

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