Wilton Crescent

This distinctively crescent-shaped garden, just north of Belgrave Square, was conceived by Thomas Cundy, Earl Grosvenor’s surveyor, and was an addition to the original 1821 Wyatt plan for Belgravia.

Surrounded by a semi-circle of graceful white-stucco houses, it’s a calm and tranquil place, where modern sculptures stand beside imposing London plane trees. As testimony to its beautiful surroundings, Wilton Crescent was awarded a bronze medal by the London Gardens Society in 2007.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is allowed to use the garden?
Residents of Wilton Crescent are permitted to access the garden, providing their property head lease states so. 

Who should I speak to if I require a key for Wilton Crescent Garden?
Please contact the Grosvenor Property Management team.

How much does it cost to have a key for the garden?
There is a charge of £55 per key. Only one key per household is permitted.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Can I take my dog into the garden?
Dogs are not permitted in Wilton Crescent Garden.

Can I have a party in the garden?
We welcome appropriate parties to Wilton Crescent Garden, however there are certain regulations for having a party.  The rules and conditions are available for download at the bottom of this page. Residents should contact us to apply for a party. All parties must be approved by Grosvenor.


Wilton Crescent, London, SW1X


Please contact the Grosvenor Property Management team who are responsible for Wilton Crescent Garden.

Daisy Wall
+44 (0)20 7312 6307

Garden Rules

Keys are issued on the following conditions to benefit all garden users. Please download and read the PDF's below.