Entries by CEPC Administration

Dog fouling and use of lawn

Following on from the email sent out to all residents at Kent Terrace last week, a small black dog has been seen wandering around the terrace garden. Please could we remind that If you are a dog owner, that the CEPC’s Garden Regulations state that dogs are not allowed to foul in beds, lawns or […]

Dog Fouling

We have noticed that dog fouling is occurring in your terrace garden. This has not been a problem that we have experienced in the garden before. If you are a dog owner, please note that the CEPC’s Garden Regulations state that dogs are not allowed to foul in beds, lawns or permitted access to terrace […]

Quinquennial Painting : Licence & Parking

As we approach the start of the Quinquennial Painting season on 1 May, this is to remind all ratepayers and residents that a CEPC licence is required for scaffolding that encroaches on our pavements or roadways and all scaffolding on the estate must be alarmed with a 24-hour contact number displayed. Any ladders in use […]

Three Graces Survey at Cambridge Gat

We wish to advise you that Cliveden Conservation will be fully surveying the condition of the four groups of Three Graces at Cambridge Gate. The survey will start on Monday 26 April, we expect these works to be completed within two weeks. The survey software will create virtual 3D models of all statues and produce […]

Park Square and Crescent Garden Terrace Lawn Renovation Works

We wish to advise you that now the weather and soil conditions are appropriate over the coming weeks in April and early May, large scale lawn renovation works are to be carried out in Park Square and Park Crescent. These works will involve aeration, scarification, overseeding and fertilization of the lawns and will require the […]

Recruiting new Commissioners

The Crown Estate Paving Commission is looking to recruit a number of new Commissioners to fill upcoming vacancies arising from the retirement of incumbents. A new Chair of the Commission will be required from May 2022. All ratepayers are invited to apply by Friday 30 April 2021. Further details about the opportunity including how to […]

Advance Notification : Closure of Park Crescent Gardens

We wish to advise you that on Monday 1st February 2021 Park Crescent gardens will be closed for the day. This is to allow us to undertake high pressure decompaction of the lawns and pathways to aerate the soil with the aim to resolve the poor drainage issues in the garden. Whilst this work is […]

Urban foxes in the garden

There is currently a family of foxes in the gardens that have become quite courageous. The urban fox is classed as a nuisance not a pest. We are following Westminster City Council guidance (www.westminster.gov.uk/foxes) however as wild animals, foxes are protected under several laws. Can we kindly re-emphasise to all garden users: Please be vigilant […]

High-speed Broadband

The CEPC is pleased to announce that it has agreed a licence with a high-speed broadband provider to use its apparatus on the Regent’s Park Estate. For more information on how you may be able to get high-speed broadband installed, please enquire at www.parkbroadband.com.

Urban foxes in the garden

There is currently a family of foxes in the gardens that have become quite courageous. We are following Westminster City Council guidance (www.westminster.gov.uk/foxes) and are currently using a safe product to repel these foxes, which takes a few applications. It gives the false impression that another fox has claimed the territory and encourages them to […]