Residents' Association

<strong>01</strong> WHO WE ARE

The Montagu Square Residents’ Association was formed to address all issues relating to the parts of the Square outside of the garden railings – the roads, pavements and buildings themselves. The garden itself is the responsibility of the Montagu Square Garden Trust, our sister organisation.

Our aim is to create a coordinated approach to matters of concern to residents, and generally to enhance the quality of life and experience of our Community on the Square.

The Association’s committee is fully voluntary, and any resident can become involved in those activities that interest them.


Our main concerns are those of security, traffic and the cleanliness of our streets and pavements.

We also collect donations to cover our portion of the cost of our hanging baskets. We have developed links with The Marylebone Society who keep us informed of concerns and events in the community. We also attend the Safer Neighbourhood Ward meetings and so have a dialogue with our local police.


We are always on the lookout for residents who want to get involved with the Association, bringing ideas and issues to our discussions, and helping interaction with the wider Marylebone community and local government to protect and enhance the experience of living on our wonderful Square.

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New members are always welcome on the committees.

Montagu Square

Montagu Square is in Marylebone, London. It is situated a little north of Marble Arch, between Edgware Road and Marylebone High Street. 

It was built as part of the Portman Estate between 1810 and 1815, along with Bryanston Square, a little to the west, and first leased to the builder David Porter. He named the square after his former benefactor, Mrs Elizabeth Montagu, when he was a chimney sweep.