Chelsea is open for essential retail, virtual shopping appointments, takeaway food and click and collect services only

In line with government guidelines, from today, our shops and restaurants across Chelsea will remain open only for essential retail, virtual shopping appointments, takeaway food and click and collect services.

The Christmas lights switch-on was brought forward to 2nd November for some festive cheer, the food market at Duke of York Square will continue each Saturday and Pavilion Road remains pedestrianised to make a visit to the local food shops more pleasurable.

We want to thank the many neighbourhood businesses for their collective resilience in adapting to these changing and unpredictable circumstances –  and the community for their continued support in keeping alive these places that make Chelsea so special.

We would also like to thank all of our staff and partners who continue to work across the Estate during this challenging time.

For further details on the virtual retail and delivery services that are available over the coming weeks, please sign-up to our community newsletter here.

It has been wonderful to see the area buzzing over the last few days. We look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.

 

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