News and features from Marylebone’s award-winning magazine
A detailed directory of Marylebone's retailers and restaurants
A guide to the biggest community event of the year organised and funded by The Howard de Walden Estate
Information on an evening of seasonal family fun organised and funded by The Howard de Walden Estate
The Howard de Walden Estate owns and manages a large portfolio of rental properties in Marylebone: a beautiful, historic area in the heart of London
The Estate offers a large portfolio of offices to rent in Marylebone, diverse in both size and character
Last autumn, Andrew Hynard joined The Howard de Walden Estate as its new chief executive. A few months on, he talks to the Journal about the Great Estates, the importance of community and his vision for the future
Every baby is different. Some 35-weekers—that’s babies born five weeks early—will come out like full term babies: they’re warm, they breastfeed straight away and you’ve no worries. Then you’ll have another that needs interventions.
The Howard de Walden Estate recently launched a new publication 'Prognosis' to showcase the medical expertise housed within the Harley Street Medical Area. To find out more read here.
The February/March 2017 issue of the Marylebone Journal is now available. To view your digital copy please click here.
The Marylebone Christmas Lights took place this year on Wednesday 16th November. For more information on the event please click here.
We meet consultant dematologist Dr Nilesh Morar to discuss what makes King Edward VII's Hospital tick
A long-standing Harley Street Medical Area surgeon, who carried out the first embryonic stem cell and bionic eye surgery in the UK, gave the first of a series of teaching seminars across all medical specialties for Middle Eastern clinicians.
Summon up in your mind a picture of a world class medical area, and it probably doesn’t look quite like this. Here's why the Harley Street Medical Area is a world class medical services in the heart of London
How the Howard de Walden Estate's ethos and values have shaped its long term vision for Marylebone