Tuesday 23 February 2021

Baker Street Quarter Partnership - News of the Quarter


22 February 2021
News of the Quarter

Exciting New Plans For Oxford Street And Wider Area

Westminster City Council has announced exciting new plans for the future of the Oxford Street District to reinvent the nation’s high street, boost London’s recovery and provide benefits to the surrounding areas including the Quarter. 

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Help Shape The University's Plans
University of Westminster is seeking partners to engage with their plans to open London’s most inclusive centre for creative and collaborative enterprise...
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Calling All Women Of The Quarter
International Women's Day takes place on Monday 8 March, and we're celebrating with a number of activities throughout the day...
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Business Interruption Insurance Update
A recent judgement at the Supreme Court means good news and pay-outs for thousands of business interruption insurance policyholders...
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Make Mindfulness Part Of Your Every Day Routine
Are you struggling to keep focus in your work, or are you in need of a more reflective time in an otherwise hectic day? Mindfulness might be for you...
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Literary Greats
A tour of Marylebone's literary history
24 February 12.30 - 13.30
Make sure you have an outstanding home office
25 February 12.30 - 13.30
Unconscious Bias
Explore the nature and effect of unconscious bias 
3 March 9.30 - 10.30
Wallace Collection Tour
An hour-long escape into the Quarter's cultural gem
11 March 12.30 - 13.30
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Yoga For Flexibility
Yoga to help you improve your flexibility
16 March 12.30 - 13.30
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Resilience Toolkit
Protect and promote good mental health
18 March 10.00 - 11.00
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Member spotlight: Etna Coffee
If you’re in the Quarter for essential work, many of our favourite cafes are open for takeaway including Etna Coffee on Baker Street. A great spot to get your caffeine fix, Etna Coffee also has a range of Sicilian street food lunch options. They’re also operating local delivery, so you can have Sicilian delicacies like arancini and cannoli brought to your door. 
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Did you know?
Holmes and Watson have of course had many adventures - and they've even made it as far as the US supreme court for a copyright ruling in 2013. The court decided that the characters are in the public domain, with the exception of the final stories.