Working together for the good of the local community

Welcome to a very special part of London.

The Hyde Park Estate is a hidden gem located right next to Hyde Park itself, just south of Paddington, cheek-by-jowl with Oxford Street, and within a stone’s throw of Notting Hill.

The Association that represents the estate was founded in 1952 to protect the architectural heritage, amenities and overall tranquillity of the local environment. It is the long established formal Amenity Society, registered with Westminster City Council, that is responsible for representing the interests of the residents and businesses within its boundaries. The Association is also a Registered Charity.

The estate is mainly residential, but has some fantastic local pubs, the lovely local shopping area known as Connaught Village, and St John’s church. As an association, our role is to speak up for our community, represent their interests, and foster the warm spirit of neighbourliness that exists between residents and businesses alike.

Latest news

HPEA meetings on 6th June and 13th June

I am very pleased to let you know that we have two very important and interesting...

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Cycleway consultation opens

You may have noticed new turquoise signs from Westminster City Council going up around lamp...

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HPEA members and local residents are invited to 7 Porchester Place to celebrate the Coronation


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Connaught Village celebrates Crown and Glory

Connaught Village retailers will be celebrating King Charles III’s coronation with a...

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Party time for the Coronation

HPEA members, congregation members and residents of Hyde Park Crescent, Oxford and Cambridge...

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£45,000 grant to Neighbourhood Forum

FAO members and friends We at the HPEA are represented on the Hyde Park Paddington...

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