30th November 2021

We are fortunate that the King’s Road continues to outperform both the national and London average, we are proud to have welcomed Ivy Asia Chelsea, Aspiga, Charlotte’s Cloud and both LDC and Raye The Store as pop ups to the King’s Road in 2021. Future proofing this iconic destination and ensuring its long term success remains key to our long term strategy as custodians for the next generations.  We have spent the last few years working closely with neighbouring landlords within the Kings Road Partnership to promote the Kings Road as a destination and ensure that it is the place to be today and tomorrow.

Alongside our fellow Landowners, keen to ensure the continued success of the King’s Road, the King’s Road Partnership commissioned a Feasibility Study to explore the opportunities for securing its future vitality through the formation of a Business Improvement District. The Feasibility Study collected the views of key local stakeholders drawn from businesses, residents and amenity groups, the local council, neighbouring institutions and community leaders.

We are delighted that the formation of a new Business Improvement District has been formed for the King’s Road. The new BID will result in £4 million of new private sector investment in the district over five years to help recover from the impact of COVID-19, upgrade the public realm, improve traffic management, enhance the local environment and promote the area. The BID will come into operation on December 1 2021.

The BID will act as an independent voice for all local business. The BID will continue the programme of improvements to the King’s Road currently underway and bring together future improvements and events to the area, ensuring the King’s Road retains its crown as one of the best High Streets in the country, if not the world, creating a best in class sustainable High Street preserved for future generations.

Further information with regards to the BID can be found kingsroadbid.co.uk