Following a consultation with the local community in summer 2015, Cadogan pledged to create a destination for independent, artisan traders behind the new George House development on Sloane Street. Established fashion and beauty boutiques have now been joined by exciting artisan food shops including a butcher, baker, wine merchant, cheesemonger and greengrocer, as well as state-of-the-art KXU Gym.
With the second phase of development complete, further artisan traders have been welcomed to the road, including a stationers, barbers, ice cream shop, general store and fishmonger-come-champagne-bar, as well as the expansion of an existing restaurant.
To mark the completion of the road in summer 2019, Cadogan introduced central London’s first ‘Edible Trail’, encouraging residents and visitors alike to try their hand at foraging and experience sustainably grown produce, as well as inspiring people to ‘grow their own’.
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The judges were particularly excited by Pavilion Road’s three distinct areas: the George House courtyard, modelled on Corso Como in Milan; the northern section of Pavilion Road featuring the new edible planting theme; and the southern section of Pavilion Road with a range of low-level planters.
Matthew Ryan, Cadogan
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