Welcome to Clarence Gate Gardens!

Clarence Gate Gardens is a wonderful 114-year old mansion block in Marylebone, London... and the Residents' Association have created this website to help current residents, future residents, tenants and everyone else with useful information - from the fascinating history of the building itself, some of the famous people who have lived here in the past, to some of the great places to eat, shop and socialise in our local community.  Not to mention the exciting things happening locally (opposite)...

If you are a current resident... you may know some of this, but hopefully the website carries some useful information, and do please register for (and regularly access) the "Residents Area" for information just for residents.  We will update the site regularly, so do keep logging back in.

If you are thinking about buying a flat in the future... we hope there is plenty on here to whet your appetite, show you what a well run block this is, and what a great part of London this is to live!

If you are a current tenant... you will also already know what a great block this is, and this website is also to help you get more from your time with us.

If you are thinking about renting a flat in Clarence Gate Gardens... we hope there is information here to convince you that you won't look back.  There is also a really good article in the Evening Standard that is worth a look here.  However, do please be aware that under the terms of the leases here, the minimum let is six-months, and renting out a room in a shared flat is usually not permitted, so do be suspicious if you are offered a short-term or room-only let.


You can contact the CGG Resident's Association by emailing living@cggfl.co.uk.  Please note that your email - including contact details - may be passed on to all Committee members, unless you specifically request otherwise.

This web site is run on a volunteer basis and we are always grateful for your feedback and any additional content, so do please email webteam@clarencegategardens.org.uk.  Please also note that the Residents Committee cannot bear responsibility for anything on the site that may not be correct - for example notices about Health and Safety - everything here is to help you make more of Clarence Gate Gardens - but it cannot replace your own obligations.



The sun is shining (some of the time!), the flowers in our window boxes are starting to open and maybe - just maybe - we can start to put the last two years behind us!  There are so many things to do, places to go in our neighbourhood – with pubs, restaurants, hotels, museums and galleries all re-opening.

As things do return to normal, there are so many lessons we can learn from the "Lockdown years" about being neighbourly, taking basic precautions around washing hands and socialising, but also in valuing what we have!

This website tries to share some of the great things about living in Clarence Gate Gardens, so please do come inside and have a look around.  If you are a Resident, there are parts of the site that are exclusive to you, for which you need a password, so please contact living@cggfl.co.uk and we will explain what you need to do.

If you are a CGG Resident and need help with anything (sensible!) your first port of call should always be our Head Porter – Jimmy.  The best way to contact him is by telephone on 020 77235381 (Monday to Friday – 8am to 6pm – and Saturday – 8am to 12 Noon) or on 07721 834 964 (in emergencies only).  That said, please do be sensible in the sort of assistance that you ask him for!  You may also contact him by email on head.porter@cggfl.co.uk.

Clarence Gate Gardens is a wonderful place to live - and if you are simply passing by this website and would like to know more about buying (or renting) a flat here, you may wish to contact a local Estate Agent... and Sandfords are a company with whom many Residents have had good deadlings with over the years - click on their sponsored logo below for more details.

Keep safe and stay happy...

Our History

The Clarence Gate Mansions were built between 1903 and 1909, named after the nearby Clarence Gate entrance to Regent's Park. This was a particularly poor and notoriously under-privileged part of London, where poverty, prostitution and petty crime was rife – very different to the area today. Discover More >